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HART, Gordon Woman and the Race. Westwood, Mass. : "Published by the Ariel Press", (1911). Second Edition, revised and enlarged. Pp (8),-274, with illustration tipped-in opp. p.. 8vo, light brown mottled paper-covered boards, with black decorative lettering and celtic interlacing design on front board. Watters p.618, Laugher p.243, Rhodenizer p.279. Gordon Hart was apseudonum of Sophia Margaret Hensley, née Almon (b. May 31, 1866, Bridgeto wn, Nova Scotia - d. February 10, 1946), Canadian poet and writer of fiction. With two short introductory pieces (including "To the Young Women of America") followed by chapters: 1. Innocence versus Ignorance; 2. Flower Babies; 3. Woman's Place in the Social Scheme; 4. Motherhood a Joy; 5. A Real Paternity; 6. The Perfect Body (p.126-170); 7. King Mind; 8. The Rationale ofCelibacy; 9. Marriage: Actual and Ideal; 10. The Joy of Life. Signs of end paper labels having been removed, faint stain to margins of pp.240-241, else very good. 140.00
Title: Woman and the Race. Second Edition.
Publisher: John Lovell & Son, Montreal , 1911,:
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