Life Begins at Forty

Life Begins at Forty

Life Begins at Forty

Life Begins at Forty

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This little book has been written by request. Many people who have attended lectures I have given on the subject have asked that the material be brought together. So here it is.

In the six years that have elapsed since I first gave serious attention to the difficult problem of adult reorientation, the scenes have shifted considerably, and the colors have changed. Not a few earlier ideas had to be surrendered, while wholly new thoughts forced themselves into the texture. Nevertheless the broader pattern seems still intact and unfaded. I hope it will stand up under the wear and tear of life in the new age we now enter.

WALTER B. PITKIN.

NEW YORK, September, 1932.

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