Although packed with interesting info it feels like reading someone’s doctoral thesis. It is interesting from a historical perspective having been published in 1857. Unfortunately attitudes towards women haven’t changed much in 150+ years.
Historically interesting, captivated by his honesty.
Very dry and it’s a very interesting topic.
The narration was so awful that I couldn't get very far with the book.
I tried listening to this and it's just really bored like I almost started to falling asleep.
Slow, rather legal
Riddle with opinionated rhetoric.
Extremely dry in its delivery and the thinking is antiquated, typical of the hypocritical Elizabethan age. I think this is too old to be relevant. I couldn’t listen to it to finish.