BEYOND WOMAN by Maurice Samuel

BEYOND WOMAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Definitely the story of a man driven by his environment and personal weaknesses to running away from life -- rather than the story of a man who has grown beyond the need of the usual stimulus of sex and a career, which the title and the advance publicity would seem to indicate. An introspective, morbid, sexy, on the whole well done, though long drawn out and at times tedious. Definitely Jewish in appeal, possibly part of the Magnolia Street audience will like it, though it lacks the warm human qualities of that book.

Pub Date: Sept. 27th, 1934
Publisher: Coward, McCann