May 1960
New Yorker;5/21/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 14, p35
The article discusses the experience of a reader at his travel along with his wife in Paris, France. While standing by the desk of small hotel, he had seen an American couple who used to check in at a certain hotel. After the husband filled out a card, the ancient clerk drew a line through something the husband had written. The clerk explained in her language that housewife is not an occupation.


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