D M *
D M *
Anthropology, Societies, Gender
Shows a husband and wife relaxing before a fire in their parlour. The wife combs her hair and asks her husband where he has been that night. He explains that he has 'spent a most instructive evening with the "Anthropological Society"'—an organisation whose name and activities his wife misunderstands.
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