London: Eveleigh Nash, 1913. First Edition. Sociological and historical study of woman through the lens of "difference feminism," in which the author argues that the Women's Movement is too concerned in having the freedom of living and working in the same capacity as men, believing that "this was a wastage of the force of womanhood" (p. ix). A substantial portion of the text is devoted to the differences of the sexes, mostly influenced by the works of sexologists Havelock Ellis and Iwan Bloch and difference feminist Ellen Key. Octavo (23cm.); original blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine; xiv,404pp. Spine toned, else About Fine. Errata slip bound in before p. 3.