The Single Girl by Robert Silverberg

The Single Girl

by Robert Silverberg

writing as Dr. Walter C. Brown*

Form: Non-fiction

Year: 1961

ID: 1059

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Blurb:

(from Monarch 1961)

The Single Girl

Who is the single girl? How does she live? How did she get that way?

Here is a book which examines her problems — lesbianism, bisexualism, alcoholism, frigidity, nymphomania, narcissism, sadomasochism, or asexualism — and seeks to gain some measure of understanding of the various types of girls who get trapped by so-called single blessedness.

Through illuminating case histories culled from his private files, Dr. Brown probes into the lives of unmarried women and explains why — having chosen or been forced into an abnormal life — the single girl must re-channel her existence via adjustment, sublimation or a return to the normal, in order to find real happiness.

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