In ‘Careers for Women,’ the Plot Twists Around the World Trade Center – New York Times



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In ‘Careers for Women,’ the Plot Twists Around the World Trade Center
New York Times
When Joanna Scott’s 10th novel, “Careers for Women,” opens, it is 1958. Maggie Gleason, a young secretary freshly arrived in New York City, is watching her new boss with awe. They’re at a business lunch, meaning martinis are being sipped and small …

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