Seelig, [Florence] Rayner
Title The Eternal Huntress
Book Condition Good
Edition First Edition
Publisher New York Alfred A. Knopf 1924
Seller ID 22841
(no dust jacket) [moderate shelfwear, spine slightly turned, two small tears in cloth at top of spine, front hinge a little weak, small bits of white paper residue on rear cover (possibly from dust jacket having once been stuck to book); vintage Hollywood bookseller's label on front pastedown (Unity Pegues, 6417 Hollywood Blvd.)]. Novel of a young woman on the prowl during the "Jazz Age," so-called. An ad in the back of the book characterizes it thusly: "Woman, the eternal huntress, in her search for the father of those children which shall be her gift to posterity is the theme of this striking first novel by a young American. It would be difficult to name another novel of recent years that treats of the sex problems of the younger generation as frankly and as withal as cleanly and vividly." One contemporary reviewer called it "one of the most unconsciously funny books which these weary eyes have ever contemplated."
Flappers Twenties Romance Women's Fiction