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The Curious Lady’s Guide To Marriage

Availability: In Stock
ISBN: 9781838167301
AuthorDempsey, Jenny
Pub Date01/01/2021
BindingHardback
CountryIRL
Dewey
Publisher: PIH
Quick overview The Curious Lady’s Guide to Marriage is a 90 page, full-colour A4 guide. Gentle humour and quirky drawings lead the reader through fashion and beauty tips, society gossip and scandal. Included also are the most up-to-date medical information and details of delicate gynecological matters. Each book comes with hand- inserted letters, fabric snippets and wild flowers. The Curious Lady’s Guide to Marriage provides the modern Irish woman with all she needs to know should she time-travel back to the Regency era and discover she needs to get married for financial security.
€28.00

Written in the form of a how-to manual, the Curious Lady’s Guide to Marriage has all the answers. Using gentle humour and quirky illustrations the reader will discover the best places in Dublin for shopping and promenading, fashion and beauty tips, society gossip and scandal along with the most ‘up-to-date’ information on those delicate gynecological matters.

Using a time-travel narrative technique together with a whimsical visual communication style, the book introduces serious historical facts in an entertaining and accessible manner. While the information is presented around the theme of marriage, the book also covers Irish history, nationalism, the birth of feminism and the available opportunities for single women.

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Written in the form of a how-to manual, the Curious Lady’s Guide to Marriage has all the answers. Using gentle humour and quirky illustrations the reader will discover the best places in Dublin for shopping and promenading, fashion and beauty tips, society gossip and scandal along with the most ‘up-to-date’ information on those delicate gynecological matters.

Using a time-travel narrative technique together with a whimsical visual communication style, the book introduces serious historical facts in an entertaining and accessible manner. While the information is presented around the theme of marriage, the book also covers Irish history, nationalism, the birth of feminism and the available opportunities for single women.

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