ADAMS' DAUGHTER by Wells Wells

ADAMS' DAUGHTER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Here's most for the husband who is tired of upholding the frailties of his women folk, for the author's thesis -- well-supported by line and text -- is that woman has held the whip handle, and used it of her own free will and in the way that secured results, through the greater part of history. In the course of his development of his thesis, he produces incontrovertible arguments, entertaining anecdotes, revealing personalities. A book for reading circle discussion, club groups and so on. Well done, and distinctly original.

Pub Date: Oct. 8th, 1934
Publisher: Appleton-Century