Title SELF-MADE WOMAN.
Publisher New York: Triangle Books , 1941 (1932).
Seller ID 327
VG red cloth book in a VG, lightly chipped dustjacket.From the inside flap of the dustjacket: “Cathleen was thirty, unmarried, and one of the most successful business women in New York City. She didn't consider herself a freak of nature. Her success was extremely gratifying to her. “Was it worth it,” her mother asked her, “worth it to go without your own man and your own children in your arms?” I love how the dustjacket copy goes on to describe the man who may may make Cathleen choose to give it all up for love: “Perry Spencer, more expert at holding a woman than a job, a beautifully tailored blend of polo and Park Avenue.”