List of Works.
and Husbands. Meddling " Friends." Dangers of unrequited
Love! The Awakening. Never Make your loves Public ! Watch¬
ing a wife — and what came of it!! What befell Mr. Connor —
and his trowscrs — while watching bis wife!—The place of sighs!
— a touching story of "Lost Souls." The '-All-Right" fallacy-
exploded. The Social Evil! — a chapter of which the Author is
proud — and his readers will be glad.
Chap. XXIII. — Prc-nuptial Deceptions sure to be found out!
Complaining Marriages. Necessity of loving some one. Dissection
of an Atheistic Libertine. The Upper Faith. The Dog Nature.
Temptation. The True Bill. Bad Marriage-horrors ! The Magic
Power of dress. Wife-neglecting husbands. Woman's love — a
Poem. Evidences of high civilization from a savage's point of
view. A rebuke to the 19th Century. Ignorant offers, and foolish
acceptances. Wedded Licenses — Impure brides, — Discovered.
The Married Rights of Man. What a Turk told the Author about
Women — New, and very good! How the great arc fooled by the
little. How the best women must act queer and offish at times. —A
Hard "Case." No Atheist a full man. Hopes fixed on inappre-
ciatcs. No man can endure neglect. A powerful^, male advantage !
A powerful male one! Stingy husbands! How husbands can
rewin the wife's love ! A splendid resort! !
A story and sermon concerning " the animiles what went out for
to fight." The fight, and what came of it. Singular fact about
jealousy. " Only once ! — that won't count much!" Won't it?
Can a lover trust a woman who deceives her husband? Social
Brigands — their own worst foes. Why? A bit of the author's life
history. What love is like. Human Responsibility. Yastness of
the human soul! "She was all the world to Me!" A Heart
Poem. No libertine can evoke real Love. Modern Love! Sen¬
sitiveness— its advantages. The seven Points — this alone is worth
the cost of the book to every woman. Something for wives; do.
for husbands. "When her soul's at work!" The distributive
Offices of woman's Being. The human Telegraphic system. Its
wonders. Sexburg and Scoundrelton. Counterfeit kisses. •• Op¬
portunity." Ti^e real kiss! Its mlaning. (o;a\d! When