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A Woman Of The World

Auhtor: Ella Wheeler Wilcox

Language: english

Genres:

classic
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Review by Timothy B. Riley, May 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Woman Of The World':

... would carry you through college. Yet when you had finished your course, you would find so many things you wanted to do, and must do, the debt ...
... dear child, that I might talk from my heart, instead of writing from it. I am sorry that the secret, so long hidden, has been revealed to you, and ...
... speech she may have carelessly dropped in your hearing which you know was not intended for publication. Petty larceny is not a noble feature ...
... lead a husband to think of her right to aid in the establishment and maintenance of a home when she is able to do her part. But the man who makes a ...
... to me little less than criminal when a young wife like yourself deliberately leaves her home and husband for the sake of any possible attainment. ...
... Smeed. Concerning Creeds and Marriage Before you left us, I realized that you and my pretty secretary were finding matters of mutual ...
... To an unwedded girl in love, a child is a very indistinct creature. To a mother, it is a very real being. I have seen men as deeply in ...
... that you should seek advice on this subject from a woman who has no living children. It seems to me no one is fitted to give such unbiased ...
... and these men know, that you are doing nothing and going nowhere you need remember with shame or regret, the next day, just so long you are on ...
... wedding ceremony, by weeping and fainting, after having nagged her poor daughter during twenty years of life, and interfered with her friendships, ...
... parents of children. I think it is particularly sad when a mother gives up a daughter, whose every thought she has shared, and whose every pleasure ...
... to him for this unintentional incentive to success. I do not agree with those who consider the necessity to earn money a misfortune to ...
... he has been coerced, not enlightened. Had he gained his knowledge in the first instance, he would have escaped the later disaster. A college ...
... at home under the same roof, and socially launched. It was wise for your mother to separate you so early in life, and place you under different teachers, ...
... woman. It is more difficult to be great before the extended tentacles of the self-indulgence octopus than in the face of oppression and danger. ...
... to miss your beautiful home, and your maids, and your carriages. Your husband would know you were missing them, and he would be miserable. Unless ...
... of men, though they scorn the word, and disclaim the effort. It is well to keep a man conscious that you are a refined and delicate-minded ...
... confident that you will accept my point of view, and act as best man at your sister's wedding. A Woman of the World To Miss Margaret Riley. Shop ...
... maturity gives brains to offspring. I did not quite finish my train of reasoning about your self-esteem. It was because you had always ...
... serve as an excellent subject for a talk to all your pupils some day. Then try and make Allie understand how unbecoming and unlovable jealousy ...