She's All Contrasts
Posted by Karen R on April 24, 1998 at 13:38:39:
In response to yes, and..., written by Kate on April 23, 1998 at 23:13:13
] ] This is the first time I come accross with a heroine that provides a secondary character (the fallen maid) with practical advice on family planning! I'm sure the usual tactic would have been to set about to reform her morality!
] ] Much more sensible and far less "romantic"! I guess that's mean as another parody!
] It must have been rather daring, even for the early '30s, when Marie Stopes was still trying to persuade the establishment about contraception
For the time period in which this book was written, I would think the contrast of the modern woman who is up on "family planning" and the one who yearns for an "arranged" marriage to be quite funny.
- But it makes sense because Constanza 17:11:20 4/24/98 (2)
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