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Hints for Lovers

T. Arnold Haultain

Book Overview: 

“Hints for Lovers” is a thorough analysis of relationships between men and women, about everything that lovers should know, and delves deep into the psychology of men and women, and the philosophy of courtship, engagement, kissing, making love, marriage, etc, in a light-hearted tone, with refreshing humor.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .More women succumb to strength of will than to strength of character.

Neither, in general, are women overcurious to enquire whether the strength of character.

Neither, in general, are women over curious to enquire whether the strength of the masculine will makes for good or for evil.

So long as the masculine will overmaster the feminine, the feminine mind is satisfied. Of course there are exceptions, but as a rule,

Women—whether young or old, married or single, strong-minded or weak— are never happier than when they can depend on a man. Accordingly,

The lover or the husband who is weaker than, and depends upon, the woman, will some day rue his weakness and dependence. And yet,

To see a strong male at her feet—that is exquisite to the woman. So exquisite that

It is with difficulty that a woman refrains from exhibiting a . . . Read More

Community Reviews

Early dating book - telling of the time and social structure. Some seems the same, some comments seem cynical, some are amusing at the time and to looking back. See the _The Spinster Book_ for more of the same.

“Never play pranks with your wife, your horse, or your razor.” Excerpt From: Arnold Haultain. “Hints for Lovers.”
Few years back I read one of my literary friend, I met in Hindu Lit Festival, Jerry Pinto's book about Women and this one reminds me of it. Not because of Jerry Pinto's advice on Love...more