A Woman of the World: Her Counsel to Other People's Sons and Daughters


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Did you ever contemplate a carreer as a journalist, or to get married? Do you have problems with your children, parents, or colleagues? Do you, in fact, have any problem at all? In that case, Ella Wheeler Wilcox might be able to help you. In 35 letters, the notable poet and advocate of the new thought movement gives advice on varied subjects, issues and problems.. - Summary by Carolin (5 hr 18 min)

Chapters

To Mr. Ray Gilbert, Late Student, Aged Twenty-three 8:18 Read by Michele Fry
To Miss Winifred Clayborne, At Vassar College 7:04 Read by BettyB
To Edna Gordon, During Her Honeymoon 12:38 Read by Kate Follis
To Miss Gladys Weston, Who Faces the Necessity to Earn a Living 8:23 Read by Kate Follis
To Clarence St. Claire, Regarding His Sister's Betrothal 10:31 Read by Kate Follis
To Miss Margaret Riley, Shop Girl, Concerning Her Oppressors 10:42 Read by Kate Follis
To Miss Gladys Weston, After Three Years as a Teacher 12:50 Read by Michele Fry
To a Young Friend, Who Has Become Interested in the Metaphysical Thoughts of th… 4:39 Read by Amy Gramour
To Wilfred Clayborn, Concerning His Education and His Profession 12:46 Read by Kate Follis
To Miss Elsie Dean, Regarding the Habit of Exaggeration 7:04 Read by Kathleen Moore
To Sybyl Marchmont, Who Has Learned Her Origin 9:13 Read by Kathleen Moore
To Miss Diana Rivers, A Young Lady Contemplating a Career as a Journalist 12:37 Read by Kate Follis
To Nanette, A Former Maid 7:56 Read by Beth Thomas
To The Rev. Wilton Marsh, Regarding His Son and Daughter 10:33 Read by Larry Wilson
To Mrs. Charles McAllister, Formerly Miss Winifred Clayborne 8:43 Read by Kate Follis
To Mrs. Charles Gordon, Concerning Maternity 4:58 Read by BettyB
To Mr. Alfred Duncan, Concerning the Ministry 8:46 Read by Larry Wilson
To Mr. Charles Gray, Concerning Polygamy 6:39 Read by BettyB
To Walter Smeed, Concerning Creeds and Marriage 6:39 Read by BettyB
To Sybyl Marchmont, Concerning Her Determination to Remain Single 9:08 Read by Kalynda
To Mrs. Charles Gordon, Concerning Her Sister and Her Children 8:27 Read by Beth Thomas
To Mrs. Charles Gordon, Concerning Her Children 9:44 Read by Beth Thomas
To Miss Zoe Clayborn Artist, Concerning the Attentions of Married Men 12:16 Read by Sneha
To Mr. Charles Gordon, Concerning the Jealousy of His Wife After Seven Years of… 9:50 Read by Madame Lisa
To Mrs. Clarence St. Claire, Concerning Her Husband 10:37 Read by Beth Thomas
To Young Mrs. Duncan, Regarding Mothers-in-Law. 9:15 Read by Beth Thomas
To a Young Man, Ambitious for Literary Honours 9:57 Read by Larry Wilson
To Mrs. McAllister, Concerning Her Little Girl 8:52 Read by BettyB
To Mr. Ray Gilbert, Attorney at Law, Aged Thirty 9:35 Read by Beth Thomas
To the Sister of a Great Beauty 7:50 Read by Madame Lisa
To Mrs. White Peak, One of the Pillars of Respectable Society 9:45 Read by Christine Lehman
To Maria Owens, A New Woman Contemplating Marriage 10:27 Read by Kate Follis
To Mrs. St. Claire, The Young Divorcée 6:40 Read by BettyB
To Miss Jessie Harcourt, Regarding Her Marriage with a Poor Young Man 6:31 Read by BettyB
To Miss Jane Carter, Of the W.C.T.U 8:10 Read by Larry Wilson