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The marriage wilderness : a study of women in suburbia / [by] Patrick Tennison ; With a foreword by Francis Macnab
Bib ID 398622
Format BookBook
Author
Tennison, Patrick, 1928-1988
 
Description Sydney : Angus and Robertson, 1972 
x,222p. ; 23cm. 
ISBN 0207124582
Subjects Cairnmillar Institute.  |  Suburban communities. Women. Neuroses.  |  Welfare institutions. Melbourne. Cairnmillar Institute.  |  Neuroses.  |  Women -- Health and hygiene.
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650 7 |aWelfare institutions. Melbourne. Cairnmillar Institute.|2precis.
650 0 |aNeuroses.
650 0 |aWomen|xHealth and hygiene.
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