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Women's Wild Oats: Essays on the Re-fixing of Moral Standards

by Catherine Gasquoine Hartley

It is a thought-provoking collection of essays that explores the changing nature of morality and its impact on women. In this book, the author delves into the societal norms that have shaped women's experiences and examines the need for a re-evaluation of these standards. Published in 1932, Women's Wild Oats is considered a groundbreaking work for its time, as it tackled controversial topics such as women's sexuality, marriage, and the double standard in morality. Catherine Gasquoine Hartley's writing is insightful, compassionate, and forward-thinking, making this book a must-read for anyone interested in women's rights, gender equality, and the evolution of moral standards. In Women's Wild Oats, the author explores the pressure placed on women to conform to societal norms, and how this often leads to them feeling trapped and suffocated. She argues that in order to achieve true freedom, women must break free from these constraints and embrace their individuality. The essays in this book are both enlightening and empowering, as they encourage women to question the status quo and forge their own paths. Catherine Gasquoine Hartley's writing is not only relevant for its time, but continues to be so today. The themes she explores in Women's Wild Oats are still pertinent, as society is still grappling with many of the same issues. The book is an inspiring and empowering read for anyone looking to challenge the norms and make a positive change in their own lives. In conclusion, Women's Wild Oats: Essays on the Re-fixing of Moral Standards is a must-read for anyone interested in the evolution of moral standards and the role of women in society. Catherine Gasquoine Hartley's insightful writing will challenge and inspire you, as she encourages you to question the status quo and forge your own path in life.

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English

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English

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1932

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Catherine Gasquoine Hartley (1897-1978) was an English author who wrote numerous books on spirituality, self-help and personal development. She was born in 1897 in London, England and spent much of he...

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