Reprint of The physiologist; or, Sexual physiology revealed, by E. Becklard, translated from the French by M. S. Wharton, published in 1859 by B. Marsh, Boston; and of the 2d ed. of Marriage physiologically discussed, by Jean Dubois, translated from the French by W. Greenfield, published in 1839, New York.
|Series||Sex, marriage, and society|
|Contributions||Becklard, Eugène., Dubois, Jean, M.D.|
|LC Classifications||RG121 .S46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||107, 112 p.|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||73020654|
Title:: Sex for the Common Man: Nineteenth-Century Marriage Manuals: Author:: Becklard, Eugène: Author:: Dubois, Jean, M.D. Note: compilation delisted 29 Oct The 15 most bizarre sex tips from the Victorian era M.D., wrote a sex book for the masses, with a title as hard to swallow as the advice itself. courtship and marriage: an infallible guide Author: Anna Pulley. Becklard, Eugène: Sex for the Common Man: Nineteenth-Century Marriage Manuals (compilation delisted 29 Oct due to disappearance of hosting site; for Becklard book see The Physiologist), also by Jean Dubois. Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new listing. Additional books from the extended shelves. “[I] stopped at Martin's, my bookseller, where I saw the French book which I did think to have had for my wife to translate, called L'escholle des filles, but when I come to look in it.
The official website of Mimi Matthews, USA Today bestselling author of Victorian romance, historical nonfiction, and research articles on all aspects of 19th century history—from animal tales, art, and etiquette to fashion, beauty, feminism, and law. DuBois,Jean M D. Marriage physiologically discussed. Title(s): Sex for the common man: nineteenth-century marriage manuals. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York, Arno Press, Description: , p. ports. Language: English ISBN: , Notes: Reprints of Know thyself: the physiologist; or, Sexual. DR FEROS RUYS: I think the ideas of no sex before marriage, deterrence of masturbation, uneasiness over homosexuality, and the concern with fidelity in marriage by both men and women can be seen as a medieval Christian legacy that continued to be strongly influential on society up until the later decades of the twentieth century. Sex & Sexuality in the 19th Century. Sex & Sexuality in the 19th Century. masturbation and nocturnal emissions (for which a variety of devices were invented) and by rationing sex within marriage. Even when other causes were present, sickness and debility were frequently ascribed to masturbation - the great erotic subject described as.
An Enquiry into the Duties of the Female Sex is a religious conduct manual by Thomas Gisborne (–), aimed mainly at ‘women placed in the higher or in the middle classes of society’ (p. 2). Gisborne was a Church of England clergyman, a poet and a writer on moral and religious matters. An Enquiry into the Duties of the Female Sex. The next two entries will talk about love, courtship, marriage, sex and married life from the late 19th century until the outbreak of the Second World War. As this is a fairly broad topic and quite complicated, we will try our best to explore attitudes then and emphasise how different norms and attitudes applied then and now. Of course, pious semi-religious manuals such as The Young Husbands Book and later guides, including an publication entitled Marriage and the Duties of Marriage Relations, were not the only guidebooks for young gentlemen embarking on married life. The Victorian era was rife with racy pamphlets and erotica which might have proved equally : Mimi Matthews. In the Regency Era, conduct books for women were very common and referred to often for advice on how to act and how to come off as more appealing to men. There were many different conduct books written, perhaps the most popular one being Fordyce’s Sermons to Young Women. Written by Dr. James Fordyce in , this conduct book mentions several.