Perhaps Women: Essays.
New York: Liveright, 1931. First Printing of the First Edition. A Very Good plus copy with previous owner name on the flyleaf in a Very Good plus dust jacket that has shallow chipping to the head & heel of spine. Uncommon in any kind of jacket. "This little book (of essays)...is an attempt to express in story form, partly in broken verse, partly in opinions ...a growing conviction that modern man is losing his ability to retain his manhood in the face of the modern way of utilizing the maching and that what hope there is for him lies in women." From Anderson's introduction. Item #23482
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