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Why Isn't a Nice Girl Like You Married? Or How to Get the Most Out of Life While You're Single
London, Macmillan, (1969). Early feminism-in-progress: "the first book to take a totally positive approach to single life as a unique, once-and-only experience...," with advice on jobs, housing, friendships, and travel, but also on beauty and dating (including "computer matching"). "Discover yourself and the world before turning fully and realistically to a successful marriage." Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#034911] SOLD

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