Miriam - A Gal About Town
MIRIAM OF "THE WOMEN"
Miriam is one of "The Women", a group of Park Avenue socialites who lived in Manhattan during the 1930's. The play, "The Women" is a campy satire written by Clare Boothe Luce in 1936. Miriam is one of the characters in that famous play and is a 30 something year old stage actress who is best known for her musical comedies. Men loved having Miriam on their arm when attending the galas about town. She's such a live wire and totally captivating.
"The Women" are a NEW group of Priscilla Mae pillows that each have a different shape, just like real women. Miriam is a 6" X 3" pillow filled with fibrefill and comes with a stand so Miriam can join your social group for a cup of tea or something stronger. Knowing Miriam, it's something stronger.
On the back of the pillow is a famous Clare Boothe Luce quote that says:
"I DON'T ASK ANY MAN TO UNDERSTAND ME.
HOW COULD THEY? I'M A WOMAN."