The Wit of Women
It is refreshing to find an unworked field all ready for harvesting.
While the wit of men, as a subject for admiration and discussion, is now threadbare, the wit of women has been almost utterly ignored and unrecognized. With the joy and honest pride of a discoverer, I present the results of a summer's gleaning.
And I feel a cheerful and Colonel Sellers-y confidence in the success of the book, for every woman will want to own it, as a matter of pride and interest, and many men will buy it just to see what women think they can do in this line. In fact, I expect a call for a second volume!
Hanover, N.H., August, 1885.
|Play 01||Chapter I||Joseph Tabler
|Play 02||Chapter II||Maria de Fátima da Silva
|Play 03||Chapter III||Mayah
|Play 04||Chapter IV||Siobhan McAlpin
|Play 05||Chapter V||Mayah
|Play 06||Chapter VI||Kate Follis
|Play 07||Chapter VII, part 1||Sherri Lothridge
|Play 08||Chapter VII, part 2||Treefairy
|Play 09||Chapter VIII, part 1||Gloria Begemann
|Play 10||Chapter VIII, part 2||Gloria Begemann
|Play 11||Chapter IX||Jan Moorehouse
|Play 12||Chapter X||Mary Escano