Man’s world by Charlotte Haldane

About the Book

The Man’s World was published in 1926 by Charlotte Haldane. The story reflects a women’s fertility and reproduction to be controlled under a tight rule that is overseen by the male scientists. It reflects a love relationship that centers around the options of fertility and motherhood. This book has a controversial but romantic belief that is based on the choices and approval of life. It is a story that has a lot of drama, argumentized and touching detail that will have readers intrigued throughout the book. This inspiring story has rebellious characters and a world wind of fate and failure that will end up becoming an essence of theory and change.

Genre: 1920s
Tag: DN
Publisher: Chatto and Windus
Publication Year: 1926
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