How to Make Love

How to Make Love Advice on wooing your inamorata circa Most of it is absurdly dated but he does offer some wisdom which is timeless More of a pamphlet than a book it s the sort of work you d find in a bin at a

  • Title: How to Make Love
  • Author: Hugh Morris
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Paperback
  • Advice on wooing your inamorata, circa 1936 Most of it is absurdly dated but he does offer some wisdom which is timeless More of a pamphlet than a book, it s the sort of work you d find in a bin at a curiosity shop, meant to lure the eye with the promise of salaciousness of which there is none, naturally Still, it s quite a charming little book about winning and keepiAdvice on wooing your inamorata, circa 1936 Most of it is absurdly dated but he does offer some wisdom which is timeless More of a pamphlet than a book, it s the sort of work you d find in a bin at a curiosity shop, meant to lure the eye with the promise of salaciousness of which there is none, naturally Still, it s quite a charming little book about winning and keeping your beloved.

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    • This quaint bit of ephemera from the 30s is not at all salacious, despite the enticements of its cover. "Making Love" is here used in its earlier sense of wooing one's beloved; the most lurid passages within are merely detailed instructions on kissing. And it does make me wonder - when exactly did the phrase "making Love" lose this sense and simply become slang for intercourse? It's a pity we didn't hold on to its earlier meaning, with its suggestion that love was something to be worked at and s [...]


    • It was amazing, in a totally awful 1930s sexist way. We've never read this cover-to-cover, but we do enjoy taking it off the shelf every so often when we are hosting late night get-togethers. Good for many laughs.


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