New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1937. Hardcover. 155p, cloth-bound boards, first edition stated, very good hardcover in blue cloth and gilt with slightly sloped spine, in an edgeworn dj with several minor edge chips, price intact. Grier A***.
The Kirkus Review write up in 1937 described the book as "A very personal, subjective and somewhat hysterical handling of two types of love, an emotional experience with a woman, and ten years later, the new experience of marriage, after a restrained and sympathetic courtship. The manner of telling the details of both experiences is too personal to have universal value, too intimate for the comfort of the reader. The appeal is largely to the collectors of erotica."