The Truth About Woman
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The Truth About Woman

By C. Gasquoine (Catherine Gasquoine) Hartley
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  • THE TRUTH ABOUT WOMAN
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  • THE TRUTH ABOUT WOMAN
    • BY
      • C. GASQUOINE HARTLEY
        • (MRS. WALTER M. GALLICHAN)
      • (MRS. WALTER M. GALLICHAN)
    • C. GASQUOINE HARTLEY
      • (MRS. WALTER M. GALLICHAN)
    • (MRS. WALTER M. GALLICHAN)
    • DEDICATION
      • TO
      • LESLIE, MY LITTLE ADOPTED SON
      • PREFACE
      • CONTENTS
      • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER I
        • INTRODUCTION—THE STARTING-POINT OF THE INQUIRY
      • INTRODUCTION—THE STARTING-POINT OF THE INQUIRY
      • CHAPTER IToC
        • INTRODUCTION—THE STARTING-POINT OF THE INQUIRY
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • INTRODUCTION—THE STARTING-POINT OF THE INQUIRY
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO
    • LESLIE, MY LITTLE ADOPTED SON
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
    • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER I
      • INTRODUCTION—THE STARTING-POINT OF THE INQUIRY
    • INTRODUCTION—THE STARTING-POINT OF THE INQUIRY
    • CHAPTER IToC
      • INTRODUCTION—THE STARTING-POINT OF THE INQUIRY
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • INTRODUCTION—THE STARTING-POINT OF THE INQUIRY
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • PART I
      • BIOLOGICAL SECTION
      • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER II
        • THE ORIGIN OF THE SEXES
      • THE ORIGIN OF THE SEXES
      • CHAPTER IIToC
        • THE ORIGIN OF THE SEXES
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • THE ORIGIN OF THE SEXES
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER III
        • GROWTH AND REPRODUCTION
        • I.—The Early Position of the Sexes
        • II.—Two Examples—The Beehive and the Spider
      • GROWTH AND REPRODUCTION
      • I.—The Early Position of the Sexes
      • II.—Two Examples—The Beehive and the Spider
      • CHAPTER IIIToC
        • GROWTH AND REPRODUCTION
        • I.—The Early Position of the Sexes
        • II.—Two Examples—The Beehive and the Spider
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • GROWTH AND REPRODUCTION
      • I.—The Early Position of the Sexes
      • II.—Two Examples—The Beehive and the Spider
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER IV
        • THE EARLY RELATIONSHIP OF THE SEXES
      • THE EARLY RELATIONSHIP OF THE SEXES
      • CHAPTER IVToC
        • THE EARLY RELATIONSHIP OF THE SEXES
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • THE EARLY RELATIONSHIP OF THE SEXES
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER V
        • COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY
        • I.—Among the Birds and Mammals
        • II.—Further Examples of Courtship, Marriage and the Family among Birds
      • COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY
      • I.—Among the Birds and Mammals
      • II.—Further Examples of Courtship, Marriage and the Family among Birds
      • CHAPTER VToC
        • COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY
        • I.—Among the Birds and Mammals
        • II.—Further Examples of Courtship, Marriage, and the Family among Birds
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY
      • I.—Among the Birds and Mammals
      • II.—Further Examples of Courtship, Marriage, and the Family among Birds
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • BIOLOGICAL SECTION
    • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER II
      • THE ORIGIN OF THE SEXES
    • THE ORIGIN OF THE SEXES
    • CHAPTER IIToC
      • THE ORIGIN OF THE SEXES
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE ORIGIN OF THE SEXES
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER III
      • GROWTH AND REPRODUCTION
      • I.—The Early Position of the Sexes
      • II.—Two Examples—The Beehive and the Spider
    • GROWTH AND REPRODUCTION
    • I.—The Early Position of the Sexes
    • II.—Two Examples—The Beehive and the Spider
    • CHAPTER IIIToC
      • GROWTH AND REPRODUCTION
      • I.—The Early Position of the Sexes
      • II.—Two Examples—The Beehive and the Spider
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • GROWTH AND REPRODUCTION
    • I.—The Early Position of the Sexes
    • II.—Two Examples—The Beehive and the Spider
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER IV
      • THE EARLY RELATIONSHIP OF THE SEXES
    • THE EARLY RELATIONSHIP OF THE SEXES
    • CHAPTER IVToC
      • THE EARLY RELATIONSHIP OF THE SEXES
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE EARLY RELATIONSHIP OF THE SEXES
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER V
      • COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY
      • I.—Among the Birds and Mammals
      • II.—Further Examples of Courtship, Marriage and the Family among Birds
    • COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY
    • I.—Among the Birds and Mammals
    • II.—Further Examples of Courtship, Marriage and the Family among Birds
    • CHAPTER VToC
      • COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY
      • I.—Among the Birds and Mammals
      • II.—Further Examples of Courtship, Marriage, and the Family among Birds
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY
    • I.—Among the Birds and Mammals
    • II.—Further Examples of Courtship, Marriage, and the Family among Birds
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • PART II
      • HISTORICAL SECTION
      • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER VI
        • THE MOTHER-AGE CIVILISATION
        • I.—Progress from Lower to Higher Forms of the Family Relationship
        • II.—The Matriarchal Family in America
        • III.—Further Examples of the Matriarchal Family in Australia, India and other Countries
        • IV.—The Transition to Father-right
      • THE MOTHER-AGE CIVILISATION
      • I.—Progress from Lower to Higher Forms of the Family Relationship
      • II.—The Matriarchal Family in America
      • III.—Further Examples of the Matriarchal Family in Australia, India and other Countries
      • IV.—The Transition to Father-right
      • CHAPTER VIToC
        • THE MOTHER-AGE CIVILISATION
        • I.—Progress from Lower to Higher Forms of the Family Relationship
        • II.—The Matriarchal Family in America
        • III.—Further Examples of the Matriarchal Family in Australia, India, and other countries
        • IV.—The Transition to Father-right
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • THE MOTHER-AGE CIVILISATION
      • I.—Progress from Lower to Higher Forms of the Family Relationship
      • II.—The Matriarchal Family in America
      • III.—Further Examples of the Matriarchal Family in Australia, India, and other countries
      • IV.—The Transition to Father-right
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER VII
        • WOMAN'S POSITION IN THE GREAT CIVILISATIONS OF ANTIQUITY
        • I.—In Egypt
        • II.—In Babylon
        • III.—In Greece
        • IV.—In Rome
      • WOMAN'S POSITION IN THE GREAT CIVILISATIONS OF ANTIQUITY
      • I.—In Egypt
      • II.—In Babylon
      • III.—In Greece
      • IV.—In Rome
      • CHAPTER VIIToC
        • WOMAN'S POSITION IN THE GREAT CIVILISATIONS OF ANTIQUITY
        • I.—In Egypt
        • II.—In Babylon
        • III.—In Greece
        • IV.—In Rome
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • WOMAN'S POSITION IN THE GREAT CIVILISATIONS OF ANTIQUITY
      • I.—In Egypt
      • II.—In Babylon
      • III.—In Greece
      • IV.—In Rome
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • HISTORICAL SECTION
    • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER VI
      • THE MOTHER-AGE CIVILISATION
      • I.—Progress from Lower to Higher Forms of the Family Relationship
      • II.—The Matriarchal Family in America
      • III.—Further Examples of the Matriarchal Family in Australia, India and other Countries
      • IV.—The Transition to Father-right
    • THE MOTHER-AGE CIVILISATION
    • I.—Progress from Lower to Higher Forms of the Family Relationship
    • II.—The Matriarchal Family in America
    • III.—Further Examples of the Matriarchal Family in Australia, India and other Countries
    • IV.—The Transition to Father-right
    • CHAPTER VIToC
      • THE MOTHER-AGE CIVILISATION
      • I.—Progress from Lower to Higher Forms of the Family Relationship
      • II.—The Matriarchal Family in America
      • III.—Further Examples of the Matriarchal Family in Australia, India, and other countries
      • IV.—The Transition to Father-right
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE MOTHER-AGE CIVILISATION
    • I.—Progress from Lower to Higher Forms of the Family Relationship
    • II.—The Matriarchal Family in America
    • III.—Further Examples of the Matriarchal Family in Australia, India, and other countries
    • IV.—The Transition to Father-right
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER VII
      • WOMAN'S POSITION IN THE GREAT CIVILISATIONS OF ANTIQUITY
      • I.—In Egypt
      • II.—In Babylon
      • III.—In Greece
      • IV.—In Rome
    • WOMAN'S POSITION IN THE GREAT CIVILISATIONS OF ANTIQUITY
    • I.—In Egypt
    • II.—In Babylon
    • III.—In Greece
    • IV.—In Rome
    • CHAPTER VIIToC
      • WOMAN'S POSITION IN THE GREAT CIVILISATIONS OF ANTIQUITY
      • I.—In Egypt
      • II.—In Babylon
      • III.—In Greece
      • IV.—In Rome
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • WOMAN'S POSITION IN THE GREAT CIVILISATIONS OF ANTIQUITY
    • I.—In Egypt
    • II.—In Babylon
    • III.—In Greece
    • IV.—In Rome
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • PART III
      • MODERN SECTION
      • PRESENT-DAY ASPECTS OF THE WOMAN PROBLEM
      • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER VIII
        • SEX DIFFERENCES
      • SEX DIFFERENCES
      • CHAPTER VIIIToC
        • SEX DIFFERENCES
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • SEX DIFFERENCES
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER IX
        • APPLICATION OF THE FOREGOING CHAPTER WITH SOME FURTHER REMARKS ON SEX DIFFERENCES
        • I.—Women and Labour
        • II.—Sexual Differences of the Mind and the Artistic Impulse in Women
        • III.—The Affectability of Woman—Its Connection with the Religious Impulse
      • APPLICATION OF THE FOREGOING CHAPTER WITH SOME FURTHER REMARKS ON SEX DIFFERENCES
      • I.—Women and Labour
      • II.—Sexual Differences of the Mind and the Artistic Impulse in Women
      • III.—The Affectability of Woman—Its Connection with the Religious Impulse
      • CHAPTER IXToC
        • APPLICATION OF THE FOREGOING CHAPTER WITH SOME FURTHER REMARKS ON SEX DIFFERENCES
        • I.—Women and Labour
        • II.—Sexual Differences in Mind and the Artistic Impulse in Women
        • III.—The Affectability of Woman—Its Connection with the Religious Impulse
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • APPLICATION OF THE FOREGOING CHAPTER WITH SOME FURTHER REMARKS ON SEX DIFFERENCES
      • I.—Women and Labour
      • II.—Sexual Differences in Mind and the Artistic Impulse in Women
      • III.—The Affectability of Woman—Its Connection with the Religious Impulse
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER X
        • THE SOCIAL FORMS OF THE SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP
        • I.—Marriage
        • II.—Divorce
        • III.—Prostitution
      • THE SOCIAL FORMS OF THE SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP
      • I.—Marriage
      • II.—Divorce
      • III.—Prostitution
      • CHAPTER XToC
        • THE SOCIAL FORMS OF THE SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP
        • I.—Marriage
        • II.—Divorce
        • III.—Prostitution
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • THE SOCIAL FORMS OF THE SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP
      • I.—Marriage
      • II.—Divorce
      • III.—Prostitution
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER XI
        • THE END OF THE INQUIRY
      • THE END OF THE INQUIRY
      • CHAPTER XIToC
        • THE END OF THE INQUIRY
      • THE END OF THE INQUIRY
      • BIBLIOGRAPHY
        • BIOLOGICAL PART
        • HISTORICAL PART
        • MODERN PART
      • BIOLOGICAL PART
      • HISTORICAL PART
      • MODERN PART
      • INDEX
    • MODERN SECTION
    • PRESENT-DAY ASPECTS OF THE WOMAN PROBLEM
    • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER VIII
      • SEX DIFFERENCES
    • SEX DIFFERENCES
    • CHAPTER VIIIToC
      • SEX DIFFERENCES
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • SEX DIFFERENCES
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER IX
      • APPLICATION OF THE FOREGOING CHAPTER WITH SOME FURTHER REMARKS ON SEX DIFFERENCES
      • I.—Women and Labour
      • II.—Sexual Differences of the Mind and the Artistic Impulse in Women
      • III.—The Affectability of Woman—Its Connection with the Religious Impulse
    • APPLICATION OF THE FOREGOING CHAPTER WITH SOME FURTHER REMARKS ON SEX DIFFERENCES
    • I.—Women and Labour
    • II.—Sexual Differences of the Mind and the Artistic Impulse in Women
    • III.—The Affectability of Woman—Its Connection with the Religious Impulse
    • CHAPTER IXToC
      • APPLICATION OF THE FOREGOING CHAPTER WITH SOME FURTHER REMARKS ON SEX DIFFERENCES
      • I.—Women and Labour
      • II.—Sexual Differences in Mind and the Artistic Impulse in Women
      • III.—The Affectability of Woman—Its Connection with the Religious Impulse
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • APPLICATION OF THE FOREGOING CHAPTER WITH SOME FURTHER REMARKS ON SEX DIFFERENCES
    • I.—Women and Labour
    • II.—Sexual Differences in Mind and the Artistic Impulse in Women
    • III.—The Affectability of Woman—Its Connection with the Religious Impulse
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER X
      • THE SOCIAL FORMS OF THE SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP
      • I.—Marriage
      • II.—Divorce
      • III.—Prostitution
    • THE SOCIAL FORMS OF THE SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP
    • I.—Marriage
    • II.—Divorce
    • III.—Prostitution
    • CHAPTER XToC
      • THE SOCIAL FORMS OF THE SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP
      • I.—Marriage
      • II.—Divorce
      • III.—Prostitution
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE SOCIAL FORMS OF THE SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP
    • I.—Marriage
    • II.—Divorce
    • III.—Prostitution
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CONTENTS OF CHAPTER XI
      • THE END OF THE INQUIRY
    • THE END OF THE INQUIRY
    • CHAPTER XIToC
      • THE END OF THE INQUIRY
    • THE END OF THE INQUIRY
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY
      • BIOLOGICAL PART
      • HISTORICAL PART
      • MODERN PART
    • BIOLOGICAL PART
    • HISTORICAL PART
    • MODERN PART
    • INDEX
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