the spinster book titleby Myrtle Reed

G.P. Putnam’s Sons, New York and London

Published 1901 (and many subsequent printings)

Myrtle Reed, American Author, Poet, Journalist, and Philanthropist. (1874 -- 1911) [Image: Public Domain, Wikipedia]

Myrtle Reed, American Author, Poet, Journalist, and Philanthropist. (1874 — 1911) [Image: Public Domain, Wikipedia]

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Men, like cats, need only to be stroked in the right direction. The problem thus becomes the question of direction, which is seldom as simple as it looks._

The Spinster Book, A Man's Conceit, Part 1

The Spinster Book, from Chapter One: About Men, Part 1

The Spinster Book, A Man's Conceit, Part 2

The Spinster Book, from Chapter One: About Men, Part 2

The Spinster Book, A Man's Conceit, Part 3

The Spinster Book, from Chapter One: About Men, Part 3

The Spinster Book, A Man's Conceit, Part 4

The Spinster Book, from Chapter One: About Men, Part 4

The Spinster Book, A Man's Conceit, Part 5

The Spinster Book, from Chapter One: About Men, Part 5

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Recommended Links:

  1. The Spinster Book on Goodreads
  2. The Spinster Book (ebook is free in its entirety) on Project Gutenburg
  3. The Spinster Book (ebook is free on Amazon)
  4. The Spinster Book (ebook available with membership) on Forgotten Books
  5. The Spinster Book (ebooks) on Hathi Trust
  6. Myrtle Reed page on Wikipedia

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