Woman of the World, Her Counsel to Other People’s Sons and Daughters.
Advice to young persons and adults just starting out in life by a popular late Victorian poet. Chapter titles reveal the scope of Wilcox’s advice-giving: “To Mr. Ray Gilbert, Law Student, Aged Twenty-three”; “To Miss Winifred Clayborne, At Vassar College”; “To Miss Margaret Riley, Shop Girl, Concerning Her Oppressors”; “To Miss Diana Rivers, A Young Lady Contemplating a Career as a Journalist”; “To Mr Charles Gordon, Concerning the Jealousy of His Wife After Seven Years of Married Life”; “To Mrs St. Claire, The Young Divorcée”; “To Miss Jane Carter, Of the W.C.T.U.”; etc.
Description: Woman of the World, Her Counsel to Other People’s Sons and Daughters.
New York: A. Wessels Company, (1904) 1906 reprint. Port. frontis., vii, , 301, pp. Sm. 8vo. Publisher’s decorated cloth. Rear and dulled spine cover have mild stains; book’s edges foxed; frontispiece and title-page foxed; contents clean and sound in binding; Good.