Books: Tired Lady

THERE'S ALWAYS TOMORROW -Marguerite Harrison -Farrar & Rinehart ($3.50).

Men of action usually recount their ad-ventures with a headstrong determination to get the story told, never wasting a thought on self-analysis or moral probing. But the reminiscences of such women of action as Marguerite Harrison or Baroness Ishimoto (TIME, Sept. 2) are about equally divided between spirited accounts of intense activity and Hamlet-like reflections on whether the activity, once concluded, was politically useful, morally commendable, or even any fun. Mrs. Harrison's 664-page autobiography suggests a straight, old-fashioned adventure story, packed with plots...

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