WOMEN MUST WEEP by Ruth Adams Knight

WOMEN MUST WEEP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Woman stuff, of Amber, whose marriage folds with the birth of her dead child, who is in the vanguard of emancipation with her work in the World War, who, living in Greenwich Village in its heyday, has a scare of Lesbianism and a satisfactory affair with an artist. Called home by the death of her father, she attains success by her writing, adopts a small boy, and returns to New York to re-meet the man she had loved, a novelist, and finds that marriage is the biggest and best job in the world. Feminine rental fare -- June Cosmopolitan one shot.

Pub Date: Sept. 15th, 1941
Publisher: Hale Cushman & Flint