The Dangerous Age

by Karin Michaëlis

Here is a woman's soul laid bare with absolute frankness. Europe went mad about the book, which has been translated into twelve languages. It betrays the freemasonry of womanhood. "The most sincere, the most complete, the most humble and the most disquieting feminine confession that has ever been written," according to the eminent French critic, Marcel Prévost.

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