Men, Women and Wedlock

Author(s): Celt


A wonderful and pithy collection of sayings, advice, confession and home truths about the relationships between men and women. Originally published 1910 and illustrated with charming and funny contemporary illustrations. Many a man has fallen in love with a peach only to discover that Fate has handed him a lemon. Love is blind, they say. That perhaps is why he depends so largely on the sense of touch. If a girl remains single till her ideal man comes along, the chances are that her maiden name will adorn a tombstone. Nothing pleases a large woman more than to have a man call her a dear little girl. Don't make love to a girl in a hammock; you may both fall out. Timeless advice! And all too true


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' Full of handy advice: Men, Women and Wedlock is perfect for grooms ' Wedding Ideas (August 2009)

A book of home truths, published in 1910 and authored by the pseudonymous Celt - who says: "Being a lover of peace and having a horror of bloodshed, so far as personally concerned, I have thought it wise to take no visible credit for my own contributions." Probably very wise

General Fields

  • : 9781408113790
  • : A & C Black Publishers Ltd
  • : A & C Black Publishers Ltd
  • : May 2009
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Celt
  • : Hardback
  • : 8-Sep
  • : 306.70207
  • : 80
  • : Collections & anthologies of various literary forms; Gift books
  • : Illustrations