Isn't That Just Like A Man! / You Know How Women Are! - Vintage 1920
Isn't That Just Like A Man! / You Know How Women Are! - Vintage 1920
Isn't That Just Like A Man! / You Know How Women Are! - Vintage 1920
Isn't That Just Like A Man! / You Know How Women Are! - Vintage 1920
Isn't That Just Like A Man! / You Know How Women Are! - Vintage 1920
Isn't That Just Like A Man! / You Know How Women Are! - Vintage 1920
Isn't That Just Like A Man! / You Know How Women Are! - Vintage 1920
Isn't That Just Like A Man! / You Know How Women Are! - Vintage 1920
Isn't That Just Like A Man! / You Know How Women Are! - Vintage 1920
Isn't That Just Like A Man! / You Know How Women Are! - Vintage 1920

Isn't That Just Like A Man! / You Know How Women Are! - Vintage 1920

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Two humorous essays from 1920 regarding the opposite sex, published by two prolific authors of the era. The books format is also entertaining, because it's formatted so you flip it over to read one or the other essay. 

• Vintage 1920 Hardcover
• Approx. 64 Pages // Book Measures 5.5" x 8.5"
PLEASE NOTE: This is a one-of-a-kind book over 100 years old, and all "flaws" should be considered part of it's character.

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Often called the American Agatha Christie, Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876 – 1958) published her first mystery novel The Circular Staircase in 1908, which introduced the "had I but known" narrative style. Rinehart also wrote short stories, plays, nonfiction, and humorist essays like Isn't That Just Like A Man! 

Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb (1876 – 1944) was an American author, humorist, editor and columnist who wrote for the New York World as the highest paid staff reporter in the United States.