LOVE AND MARRIAGE by

LOVE AND MARRIAGE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Essays and excerpts from books written by modern analysts, psychiatrists, gynecologists, etc. Vidal, Stekel, Havelock Ellis, Julian Huxley, Sorenson, Orlovsky, Rohleder and others. Most of them deal with the physiological and pathological aspects of love and marriage, of sex, normal and abnormal. A good deal of sexual aberrations, fetishes, perversions, etc. Generalizations on such subjects as the honeymoon, the problems of married life, winding up with Mr. Huxley on eugenics and birth control. The editing and selection seems inadequate. There is too much repetition, there is virtually nothing of the spiritual side of marriage, the concentration is almost wholly on sex. The market straddles the layman and the doctor.

Publisher: Liveright