THE GIRL THAT YOU SHOULD MARRY by

THE GIRL THAT YOU SHOULD MARRY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is a book for boys about girls. It describes in detail the differences between the two, their psychological and physical uniqueness. It goes far to explain their apparently unreasonable attitudes in terms of tastes and desires, it follows them through the difficulties of engagement, honeymoon, marital adjustment, motherhood and middle age. There is nothing here which will not equally intrigue girl readers, but the object of the book is to create harmony through masculine understanding, a laudable motive and one approached herein with candor and intelligence.

Pub Date: May 2nd, 1960
Publisher: Macrae-Smith