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MODERN PATTERN FOR MARRIAGE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Planned for those intending to marry, this, unlike Alexander Magoun's Love and Marriage (P. 471) concentrates almost exclusively on sex- since ""marriage is a social institution founded on sex and reproduction"". Be that as it may, the information here, delivered with a rather irritating gravity, is strictly basic, covering the qualifications and medical disqualifications for marriage:- premarital experience, the anatomy of sex, premarital medical advice, the honeymoon, the stresses of marriage, the proper attitudes in handling sexual problems with children. Fundamentals for untutored.

Publisher: Rinehart