Every Woman's Luck Book of Love and Marriage and Family Life
So you've read your tea-leaves, examined his handwriting and now you and your sweetheart are engaged. This is the guide to have at your side as you walk together into the sunlit future. Hilarious, utterly mad and yet strangely compelling - a 1930's guide to marriage.
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