Title My Life With Women: Confessions of a Domesticated Male
Book Condition Near Fine in Very Good+ dj
Edition 2nd printing
Publisher New York Mcgraw-Hill Book Company 1968
Illustrator Illustrated by Leo Hershfield
Seller ID 12903
(price-clipped) [good solid copy, light soiling to bottom edge; jacket shows minor edgewear, some diagonal creasing at corners of both flaps]. "Starting with the girl next door, who taught him the difference between the sexes when he was eight years old, [the author] tells of his troubles with women in high school, in college, and ever since. Armour was never the Great Lover. He was the Great Loser. Much as they may boast in public, many men will identify with him and laugh through their tears or cry through their laughter. It seemed impossible that this Utter Failure would ever marry. But, thanks to a curious set of circumstances, he did. Most of this book is about married life, viewed as only Richard Armour can view it. After being married thirty-five years, to the same woman, he thinks it is time to tell all, or almost all."
Marriage Gender Studies Women Courtship