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A review of "Woman: Theme and Variations" by Major A. Corbett-Smith, an author who was known to have never shied-away from a complicated subject (I made that up):

"Woman is the embodiment and highest product of Nature, the incarnation of the primitive life force. Man is Nature's enemy, but while he 'tries to build up a working code of law, of social convention, of moral suasion, of scientific inquiry, woman remains self-contained, self-sufficing and aloof'."

"There is no mystery about women, he announces...she is never quite sure of herself in comparison with other women; but she is well aware of her superiority to man..."

The Book is Available from Amazon:
Woman - Theme and Variations: a Divertimento

Click here to read a 1938 memoir by a Los Angeles 'Working Girl'.

     


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Another Addition to Man's Incomprehension of Woman... (The Saturday Review of Literature, 1932)

Another Addition to Man's Incomprehension of Woman... (The Saturday Review of Literature, 1932)

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