All in a lifetime: an autobiography

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Thorndike Press, 1988 - Medical - 395 pages
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The story of a Holocaust survivor who joined the Israeli freedom fighters, was wounded in the War of Independence, and forged through years of poverty, three marriages, and motherhood before becoming America's best-known sex therapist

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Writing in the down-to-earth style her many fans know, "Dr. Ruth'' begins her autobiography in 1939, the year she was sent from Frankfurt to a school for German-Jewish orphans in Switzerland. She ... Read full review


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