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Reflections of a Bachelor Girl

Helen Rowland

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .t being married is that you can never tell whether your friends are envying you or pitying you.


ALL a man asks for in the love-game is beginner's luck. POKER and love are both games of bluff. A MAN has so many more temptations than a woman—because he knows where to go and find them. A MAN will sit on the edge of the bed, holding one shoe in his hand and gazing into space for half an hour, and then send the cook into hysterics and the waitress into nervous prostration because he has only ten minutes left in which to eat his breakfast. MOST bridal couples pile enough honey into the first month of matrimony to last a whole lifetime if thinned out and spread on economically.


WONDER if Adam ever sc. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Sassy, vintage quotes from a bachelorette in olde courting society of America. Funny if not substantial.

“A husband is a lover with his nerve removed.” A Guide to Men by Helen Rowland is a humorous book that is guaranteed to put both sexes in stitches. I found myself laughing out loud as I read this refreshing guide to the differences of the sexes. Marriage, divorce, children and even death are served

Timelessly funny. I’m not sure if it’s depressing or encouraging that nothing has changed since these witty one-liners were first printed. On the one hand it’s depressing that there is no past of gallant, loving, gentleman we can look back on to glorify, on the other hand I feel so connected to this

What costs the joining of the sexes and the propagation of the species

An old school classic. Some truth between the lines; some outdated, some very current.

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