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Will the home survive? A study of tendencies in modern literature.

Author: Chauncey J Hawkins
Publisher: New York, T. Whittaker, Inc. [©1907]
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Hawkins, Chauncey J. (Chauncey Jeddie), 1875-1930.
Will the home survive?
New York, T. Whittaker, inc. [©1907]
(OCoLC)647529076
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Chauncey J Hawkins
OCLC Number: 6248229
Description: 249 pages 20 cm
Contents: Introduction.-Ibsen's ethics of marriage.-Bernard Shaw and the superman.-Max Nordau and naturalism.-Tolstoy's conception of marriage.-The family in modern fiction.-Socialism and the family.-H.G. Wells : the prophet of the new order.-Some concluding words.
Responsibility: [By] Chauncey J. Hawkins.

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