How to be Happy Though Married
Beskrivelse: An amazing book, written by the Reverend E.J. Hardy. Oscar Wilde praised it extravagantly: 'It is a complete handbook to an earthly Paradise, and its author may be regarded as the Murray of matrimony and the Baedeker of bliss.'This book provides something really useful and thought-provoking, as well as entertaining, for anyone contemplating or living in the state of matrimony. 'We strongly recommend this book as one of the best of wedding presents. It is a complete handbook to an earthly Paradise, and its author may be regarded as the Murray of Matrimony and the Baedeker of Bliss.' - Pall Mall Gazette.'The author has successfully accomplished a difficult task in writing a clever and practical book on the important subject of matrimony.... This book, which is at once entertaining and full of wise precepts, deserves to be widely read.' - Morning Post.'An entertaining volume.... The new guide to matrimonial felicity.' - Standard, Leader.'A clever, readable, and entertaining book.... This delicious book.' - Literary Churchman.'This most elucidatory treatise.... As a 'companion to the honeymoon,' this orange blossom, true-love-knot ornamented volume should no doubt be highly esteemed.' - Whitehall Review.'The book is tastefully got up, and its contents adapt it very well for a present to a young bride.' - Queen.'One of the cleverest, best written books on the subject we have read at any time. To girls contemplating marriage, the volume should be presented as a wedding gift.... Grave and gay, but never for a moment dull or tiresome. Each page sparkles with anecdote or suggestive illustration.' - Ladies' Treasury.'A highly ornamental yet handy, well printed, and admirably written volume.' - The Lady.'A rich store of entertaining anecdote, and full of thoughts beautiful, pious, and wise. Has a tasteful binding.' - Bookseller.
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