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Title Marriage questions in modern fiction : and other essays on kindred subjects.
Publisher London : J. Lane
Creation Date 1897
Content Religio feminae: a foreword. -I. Marriage questions in modern fiction. -II. The disparagement of women in literature. -III. Marriage rejection and marriage reform. -IV. The decline of divorce. -V. St. Paul and the woman movement. -VI. Why we should oppose divorce. -VII. The indissolubility of marriage.
Notes Also issued online.
Format xvi,230p
Language English
System Number 990029496540205171

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