How to stay married"" -- the thesis of this book. A handbook of marital tact and etiquette, entertainingly written with...

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MARRIAGES ARE MADE AT HOME

How to stay married"" -- the thesis of this book. A handbook of marital tact and etiquette, entertainingly written with considerable anecdotal material. First the engagement, then the early years of marriage, training the man to take his part of the household burden; study of allure, ways to please a man, money. Then children, running a house, entertaining, etc... Theoretical, as against the practical angles of the Wiley book on Lippincott's list.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937