"Sex And The Office" 1964 BROWN, Helen Gurley

BROWN, Helen Gurley

[309] pp.

Bernard Geis Associates


First Printing

8 3/8" x 5 7/8"

Jacket design by Ben Feder

Helen Gurley Brown adds dazzle to dull office days in her follow-up to the phenomenal bestseller Sex and the Single Girl The classic book from 1965 tells what it was really like to be the girl in a Mad Men–style workplace. Sex and the Office became the definitive, comprehensive guide to working life for an entire generation of women. Alongside advice about how to deal with your boss, manage office politics, and make the most of personal and professional opportunities in the office, Helen Gurley Brown also shares stories from her own office days. A classic of its time, this stands as a frank look at how to get ahead, not just through working hard but through playing hard, too.

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