LANGUAGE OF THE FACE by M.E. Mitchell

LANGUAGE OF THE FACE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

It's a great mistake to submit a book like this to a reviewer who is brunette (conservative, methodical) with a round face (a shrewd mind) and half-closed eyes (that doesn't mean sleepy--just skeptical) and a receding forehead (short on patience) and a sagging nasal septum (which indicates you're ""inclined to be analytical"" and turn up your nose). So, for the market most easily envisaged, the publishers should turn one of their monster machines loose and work up a mailing list of people with pointed tips on their chin--they're the free and easy spenders.

Pub Date: May 20th, 1968
Publisher: Macmillan