Angela's business, to be plain, is the every-woman's business of securing a husband and home for herself, and Mr. Harrison's business with this reliable theme is to contrast, Meredithianly, the competing values of old and new in this woman business. . . . It follows that "Angela's Business" is an excellently animated and frequently amusing treatise in the noisy field of feminism, smartly summing up many points of view and engagingly setting them forth with appropriate examples.