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Mollentrave on Women

by Alfred Sutro

It explores the complex relationships between men and women. The book was first published in 1914, and remains a thought-provoking and relevant work today. In "Mollentrave on Women," Sutro presents a series of fictional letters from a man named Mollentrave, who shares his thoughts and observations on the opposite sex. Through Mollentrave's letters, Sutro delves into issues such as gender roles, love, and the challenges that arise in relationships. The book is written in Sutro's trademark style, which is characterized by wit, intelligence, and a keen eye for detail. Sutro's characters are complex and nuanced, and his exploration of the dynamics between men and women is both insightful and thought-provoking. "Mollentrave on Women" has been praised for its frank and honest portrayal of the challenges that arise in relationships, as well as its exploration of gender roles and societal expectations. The book remains a relevant and important work today, as it continues to shed light on the complexities of human relationships and the challenges of navigating them. In addition to "Mollentrave on Women," Alfred Sutro wrote a number of other notable works, including plays such as "The Walls of Jericho" and "The Cave of Illusion," and novels such as "A Man of Genius." Sutro was a master storyteller and a keen observer of human nature, and his work remains an important part of the literary canon today.

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English

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English

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1914

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Alfred Sutro was a renowned British playwright and novelist, known for his wit and skill in creating memorable characters. He was born in London in 1863, and began his career as a barrister before tur...

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