ORPHANED AT BIRTH, E. BETTY LEVIN was raised by her loving "Tante" Surrel and reintroduced to her family when her father married Evelyn, her overprotective stepmother. A frightened child, Betty became a wife and mother when she married creative genius Howard Levin, a pioneer in the computer field. After a difficult marriage, Betty broke away and reinvented herself as a psychoanalyst, social activist and peace educator. Spanning ninety years, Becoming Betty chonicles the remarkable journey of a resilient, creative humanist. Her memoir encompasses the Depression, World War II. and the Feminist Movement.