The Single Girl

by Robert Silverberg

writing as Walter C. Brown


Publication history


(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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