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Tennyson.

Terence.

Theal, G.M.: Kaffir Folk-Lore, 1886.

Theocritus.

Thomson, A.S.: New Zealand.

Thomson, J.: Through Masai Land.

Thunberg, C.P.: An Account of the Cape of Good Hope, in Pinkerton's
Coll. of Voyages, Vol. XVI.

Thwaites, R.G.: Jesuit Relations, editor.

Tibullus.

Torquemada, J. de: Monarquia Indiana.

Tregear, E.: The Maoris in Journ. Anthr. Inst. 1889.

Trumbull, H.: History of Indian Wars.

Trumbull, H.C.: Studies in Oriental Social Life.

Tschudi, J.J. von:
Reisen durch Sued Amerika.
Travels in Peru.
See also Rivero.

Tuckey, J.K.: Expedition to Explore the River Zaire.

Turgeuieff.

Turner, G.:
Nineteen Years in Polynesia.
Samoa.

Tyler, J.: Forty Years Among the Zulus.

Tylor, E.B.:
Primitive Culture.
Anthropology.

Tyrrell: Across the Sub Arctics of Canada.

Ulrici, H.: Shakspere's Dramatic Art.

United States Geographical and Geological Survey of the Rocky
Mountain Region. Same of Colorado.

D'Urville, Dumont: Voyage de l'Astrolabe.

Vail, E.A.: Les Indiens de l'Amerique du Nord.

Vambery, A.: The Turkish People.

Varigny, De: Quartorze Ans aux Isles Sandwich.

"Vason," Four Years' Residence at Tongataboo.

Verplanck, G.C.: The Illustrated Shakespeare.

Vespucci, Amerigo: Four Voyages. Quaritch Transl., London, 1885.

Virgil.

Wagner, R.

Waitz-Gerland: Anthropologie der Naturvoelker.

Wallace, A.R.:
Travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro.
Tropical Nature.
Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection.
Darwinism.
The Malay Archipelago.
Australasia.

Wallaschek, R.: Primitive Music.

Ward, Herbert: Five Years with the Congo Cannibals.

Ward, Wm.: History, Literature and Religion of the Hindus.

Watson and Kaye: The People of India.

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INDEX OF SUBJECTS

Abipones:
Baldness;
Tattooing courage;
Cruel to women;
Parental tyranny.

Abyssinians:
Concubinage;
Women not coy;
Amulets;
Choice;
Where woman rules;
No chance for love;
Pastoral love;
A flirtation.

Achilles and Briseis.

Acontius and Cydippe.

Adoration, contempt, and adulation:
(See also Women: maltreatment of, and contempt for).

Affection.

Africans:
Mutilations;
Vanity and emulation;
Scarification;
Beauty not appreciated;
Corpulence versus beauty;
Concupiscence versus beauty;
Kissing;
Why wives are valued;
Desertion of the aged;
"Liberty of choice,";
Chapter on (See Table of Contents and names of peoples: Bushmen,
Hottentots, Kaffirs, etc.).

Ainos:
A flirtation.

Algerians:
Kabyles.

Algonkins:
Tattooing;
Words for love.

Altruism:
(See Selfishness).

Amazons:
(See Women, masculine).

American Indians:
Fear of nature;
Honorable polygamy;
Ashamed to wear clothes;
Indifference to chastity;
Incest;
Advertising for a wife;
Repression of preference;
Utility versus beauty;
Masculine women;
A girl's ideal;
Polygamous sentiment;
"Jealousy,";
Absence of real jealousy;
Unjealous Californians and Patagonians;
Feminine jealousy;
Absence of;
Easily overcome;
Causes of;
Proposals by girls;
Capture of women;
Pride;
Cruelty;
Contempt for women;
Kinship through females;
Woman's domestic and political rule;
Ungallant;
Caressing no evidence of affection;
War decorations;
Tattooing;
Hair dresses;
Valor versus beauty;
Tattooing as a mark of courage;
Language of signs;
Utility versus beauty;
Uncleanly;
Child-wives;
Conjugal "tenderness,";
Mourning to order;
Conjugal grief;
Lack of brains;
"Liberty of choice,";
Sexual taboos;
Tribal hatred;
Chapter on (See Table of Contents);
Defenders;
Stories;
Not true to life;
Morals;
Not gallant;
Lower than brutes;
Enforced chastity, but no purity;
Why some female captives were spared;
Squaws intimidated;
Beauty not valued;
Lack of sympathy;
Contempt for squaws;
Girl market;
Marriage arrangements;
Elopements;
Suicide;
Love-dreams;
Curiosities of courtship;
Silent proposals;
Music in courtship;
Honeymoon;
Love-poems;
Philology and love;
More stories.

Animals:
Superior to savages;
Gallant roosters;
A noble officer;
Maternal instinct;
Sexual selection;
Superior to Hindoos.

Annamanese:
Incest.

Antigone and Haemon.

Apaches:
Hair;
Filthy;
"Purity" and cruelty;
Cruelty to mothers;
Enslave women;
Courtship.

Appetite and longing.

Arabs:
Nudity;
Unjealous;
Unjealous women;
Bedouin women not coy;
Resistance of brides;
Love among;
Shaping skulls;
Corpulence versus beauty;
Love and lust;
One wife not enough;
Desertion of parents;
Influence on others.

Arapahoes:
Protection against men;
Girls as merchandise.

Araucanians:
Brides sold;
Bride-capture;
Musical lovers.

Ashangos:
Amazons.

Ashantees:
No free choice.

Attachment.

Australians:
Inclined to murder;
Infanticide;
Indifference to chastity;
Jealous women;
Female opposition to marriage;
Capture not encouraged;
Protection not gallantry;
Risking life for a woman;
War-paint;
Mutilations;
Signs of mourning;
Colors to attract attention;
Feathers to look savage;
Scarification;
Women and ornaments;
Taking notice of a man's face;
Must submit to mutilations;
Women indifferent to decorations;
Filthy;
"Appreciation of beauty";
Child-wives;
Mourning to order;
"Love";
Lewd dances;
Price of a wife;
Chapter on (See Table of Contents).

Azteks:
(See Mexicans).

Babylonian women.

Bakongo:
Headdresses.

Bathing:
Reasons for.

Bayaderes.

Beauty:
Personal;
Hottentot ideal;
Australian;
South Sea Islanders;
Not valued in squaws;
Hindoo ideal;
Greek masculine ideal.

Bechuanas:
Polygamy.

Bhuiyas:
Romantic courtship.

Bible:
(See Hebrews).

Blackfeet:
Punishing infidelity;
Maltreatment of squaws;
"Only a woman";
Disposal of girls;
Marrying sisters;
Elopements;
Courtship.

Borneans:
Marriage by stratagem;
Tattooing;
Suicidal grief;
Caged girls (See also Dyaks).

Brazilians:
Tribal marks;
Tattooing;
Lack of brains;
Multiplicity of languages;
Licentiousness;
_Jus primae noctis_;
Women as slaves;
Words to express love.

Brides:
Capture or purchase of (See Marriage).

Bushmen:
Imperfect sexual differentiation;
Charms;
Child-wives;
Various details;
No liberty of choice.

Butias:
Promiscuity.

California Indians:
Adultery;
Tattooing;
Uncleanly;
Voluptuous beauties;
Deceptive modesty;
Intimidating the squaws;
Treatment of squaws;
Marriage;
Courtship;
Puberty songs;
Stories.

Cannibalism:
Australian.

Capture of brides:
(See Marriage).

Caribs:
Columbus on;
_Jus primae noctis_;
Women as drudges.

Caroline Islanders:
Tattooing.

Chansons de Geste:
Courting by women.

Charms.

Chastity and unchastity.

Cherokees:
Immoral.

Cheyennes:
Protection against men;
Girls as merchandise.

Chinese:
Hiding women's feet;
Feminine coercion to marriage;
Pitiable condition of women;
Love considered immoral;
Why deform women's feet;
Marriage restrictions.

Chinooks:
Painting;
Unchaste;
Position of women;
Love-songs.

Chippewas:
Husband and wife;
Lending wives;
Cruelty to women;
"Choice";
Love-powders;
No love.

Chippewyans:
Unchaste;
Love and drums.

Chittagong Hill Tribes:
Capacity for love.

Choice:
Prevention of;
New Zealand;
Indians;
Wild tribes of India;
Hindoos.

Christianity:
Vs. natural selection;
Prayer;
Encourages feminine virtues;
Ideal of love.

Cleanliness:
Indifference to.

Coarseness:
An obstacle to love.

Comanches:
Utilitarian marriages;
Cruel jealousy;
Filthy;
Lower than brutes;
Enforce chastity on wives.

Congo:
Ornaments as fetiches;
Mourning;
Wives esteemed as mothers only;
"Poetic love" on.

Coreans:
Contempt for women.

Corpulence versus beauty.

Corrobborees.

Courage:
Mutilation a test of.

Courtship:
Greenland;
Creeks;
Zulu;
Australian;
Torres Islands;
Dyaks;
New Zealand;
Apaches;
Omahas;
Curiosities of Indian;
Bhuiyas;
Hindoo;
Greek.

Coyness:
(See Table of Contents).

Creeks:
Masculine women;
Deceptive modesty;
Immoral;
Women as slaves;
Contempt for women;
Choice and marriage;
Suicides.

Crees:
Unchastity.

Cruelty:
In women;
An obstacle to love;
Of Indians:
Of Hindoos;
Of Greeks;
(See Women, maltreatment of).

Dahomans:
Signs of grief;
Compulsory mourning;
Amazons.

Dakotas:
Honorable polygamy;
Similarity of sexes;
Gallantry;
War-decorations;
Paint;
Uncleanly;
Lower than brutes;
Market value of chastity;
Maltreatment of squaws;
Sorrows of women;
Disposal of girls;
Honeymoon;
Suicide;
Love-charms;
Courtship;
Love-poems;
A love-story.

Damaras:
Lack of sympathy;
Uncleanly;
Temporary marriages.

Decorations, personal.

Delawares:
Treatment of squaws;
Suicide.

Dyaks:
Head-hunters;
Gallantry;
Scars and courage;
Charms of women;
Morals;
Courtship;
Fickle and shallow passion;
Love-songs.

Dying for love.

Egyptians:
Obscenity in tombs;
Love;
Child-wives.

Elopements:
Philosophy of Australian;
Why Indians elope.

Eskimos:
No morality or chastity;
Not modest or coy;
Ungallant;
Risking life for a woman;
Assaults;
Mutilations;
Tattooing;
Tattoo marks and husbands;
Filthy;
"Love-unions;"
Capacity for love.

Esthetic sense:
(See Beauty).

Esthonians:
Mock coyness.

Fashion and mutilation.

Females:
Kinship thorough.

Feminine ideals:
Superior to masculine;
Encouraged by Christianity;
Greek ignorance of.

Fetiches.

Fijians:
Murder a virtue;
Infanticide;
Preference;
Similarity of sexes;
Jealousy;
Proposal by a girl;
Feathers to attract attention;
Eat useless wives;
Choice;
Cleanliness;
Treatment of women;
Modesty and chastity;
Sentimentality;
Love-poems;
Serenades and proposals;
Suicides and bachelors.

Fondness.

Fuegians:
Marriage.

Gallantry:
A lesson in;
American Indians;
Wild tribes of India;
Greeks;
Hebrews.

Gallas:
Coarseness of.

Garos:
Proposing by girls.

Gipsies:
Incest.

Greeks:
Hegel on love;
Love in Homer;
Wood, Shelley;
Macaulay, Bulwer, Gautier;
Sentimentality;
No love of romantic scenery;
Incest;
Jealousy;
Homeric women not coy;
Women the embodiment of lust;
Masculine coyness;
Shy women;
War and love;
Mercenary coyness;
Mixed moods in love;
Amorous hyperbole;
Artificial symptoms;
Sympathy denounced by Plato;
Estimate of women;
Unchivalrous;
Risking life for a woman;
Suicide and love;
Love turns to hate;
Woman-love considered sensual;
Attitude toward female beauty;
Sensual love;
Barrenness a cause of divorce;
Chapter on Greek love;
Champions of;
Gladstone on the women of Homer;
Achilles as a lover;
Words versus actions;
Odysseus, libertine and ruffian;
Penelope as a model wife;
Conjugal tenderness of Hector;
Barbarous treatment of women;
Love in Sappho's poems;
Anacreon and others;
Woman and love in AEschylus;
In Sophocles;
In Euripides;
Romantic love for boys;
Platonic love excludes women;
Made impossible in Sparta;
Preference for masculine women and beauty;
Oriental costumes;
Love in life and in literature;
In Greater Greece;
Seventeen symptoms;
Alexandrian chivalry;
The New Comedy;
Theocritus and Callimachus;
Medea and Jason;
Poets and hetairai;
No stories of romantic love;
Romances;
Marriage among.

Greenlanders:
Indifferent to chastity;
Courtship.

Guatemalans:
Brides selected for men;
Erotic philology.

Guiana:
War-paint;
Tattooing;
Women as drudges;
Marriage arrangements.

Harari:
Amorous hyperbole;
Love-poems.

Hawaiians:
Infanticide;
Nudity;
Indifference to chastity;
Incest;
Similarity of sexes;
Ungallant;
Mutilations;
Mourning;
Personal appearance;
Love-stories;
Quality of love;
Morals.

Head-hunters.

Heads:
Moulded.

Hebrews:
Women not coy;
Champions for;
Stories;
No sympathy or sentiment;
A masculine ideal of womanhood;
Not the Christian ideal of love;
Unchivalrous slaughter of women;
Song of Songs.

Hector and Andromache.

Hero and Leander.

Hetairai.

Hindoos:
(See India).

Honeymoon:
Among Indians.

Hope and Despair.

Hottentots:
Courtship;
Uncleanly;
Ugliness;
Child-wives;
Various details.

Hurons:
Preference and aversion;
Immorality;
Woman man's mule;
Old wives for young men.

Hyperbole.

Importance of Love:
(See Utility).

Incest:
(See Licentious Festivals);
Horror of.

India: Hindoos:
Immorality in religion;
Idea of politeness;
Of modesty;
Incest;
Mixed moods in love;
Arousing pride;
Sham altruism;
Contempt for women;
Ungallant;
Impurity;
Idea of beauty;
Widow-burning;
Conjugal "devotion,";
Barren wives discarded;
Cruelty to infant wives;
"Maiden's choice,";
Chapter on;
Child murder and marriage;
Parental selfishness;
Below brutes;
Contempt for women;
Widows and their tormentors;
Depravity;
Symptoms of love: feminine;
Masculine;
Artificial symptoms;
God of love;
Dying for love;
What Hindoo poets admire in women;
Shrewd selfishness;
Bayaderes and princesses as heroines;
Marriages of choice not respectable.

India: Wild Tribes:
Religious sacrifices;
Filthy;
Practical promiscuity;
Romantic customs;
Choice;
Courtship;
Proposing by girls;
Attachments.

Indians:
(See American Indians).

Individual preference.

Infanticide.

Intelligence:
Importance of, to beauty.

Iroquois:
Feathers and rank;
No love;
Licentious festivals;
Cruelty to mothers;
Woman man's servant;
Love the last product of civilization.

Jacob and Rachel.

Japanese:
Concubines;
Lover's pride;
Contempt for women;
No love-marriages;
Tattooing.

Javanese:
Marriage before puberty;
No liberty of choice.

Jealousy:
Rousseau on;
Chapter on (See Table of Contents).

Jus primae noctis.

Kaffirs:
Cattle versus women;
Pride vs. love;
Pride to aid love;
Uncleanly;
Child-wives;
No free choice;
Various details.

Kaffirs of Hindu-Kush:
Unjealous.

Kamerun:
Nudity;
No individual preference;
No love in.

Kandhs:
Licentious festivals.

Klamath Indians:
Erotic songs.

Korumbas, promiscuity.

Kukis:
Unchastity.

Kwakiutl Indians:
Love-songs.

Languages:
Multiplicity of.

Latuka:
Polygamy.

Lepchas:
Promiscuity.

Levirate.

Licentious festivals;
Kaffir;
Australian (See Corrobborees);
Hawaiians;
American Indians;
India.

Liking.

Longing.

Love, conjugal:
Nature of;
Mistakes regarding;
African;
Australian;
Dyak;
Fijian;
Hawaiian;
New Zealand;
Indian;
Hindoo;
Greek.

Love-letters:
African;
Australian;
Hawaiian.

Love: pathologic.

Love-poems:
Turkish;
Fijian;
Somali;
Esthonian;
Hottentot;
Harari;
New Zealand;
Indian;
Hindoo;
Song of Songs;
Greek.

Love:
Primitive.

Love:
Romantic;
A compound;
The word;
Last product of civilization;
Importance of;
What it is;
Ingredients;
Jealousy in;
Power of;
Hyperbole;
Comic side of;
Symptoms;
Sympathy;
Adoration;
Actions versus words;
Affection;
Mental purity;
Definition of;
Why called romantic;
Sentiment;
Vanity of;
Changed to conjugal love;
Obstacles to;
Baker on African;
Zoeller on African;
Absent in Abyssinia;
Among Bushmen;
Hottentots;
Kaffirs;
Negroes;
Gallas;
Somals;
Kabyles;
Touaregs;
Germs;
Australian "affection,";
Sentimental touches;
Dyak love;
Fijian love;
Tahitian love;
Polynesian stories;
Hawaiian love;
Its violence compared with sensual passion;
To be found in New Zealand?;
Unchastity incompatible with;
Indian "refined love,";
Does suicide prove love?;
Philologic evidence;
Indian specimens;
Whole tracts of feeling unknown to savages;
Unknown to Hindoos;
To Hebrews;
To Greeks;
Utility of.

Madagascar:
Unchastity.

Mahabharata.

Makololo:
Mutilations.

Malavika and Agnimitra.

Mandans:
Women not jealous;
Not coy;
Obliged to mourn;
Apparent modesty;
Lower than brutes;
"Conjugal love,";
Brides sold.

Maoris (See New Zealanders).

Marriage:
Polygamy more honorable than monogamy;
Monopolism and monogamy;
Chastity not valued in;
Utilitarian;
Wives as property;
On trial;
A farce;
And corpulence;
Why savages value wives;
Of women, without choice (See Choice);
In China;
Love in Bushman;
Why Australians marry;
By exchange of girls;
By elopement (See Elopements);
Taboos;
Of souls;
By stratagem;
Christian ideal vs. ancient Hebrew;
In Greece;
Plato's ideal;
In Tonga;
In Hawaii;
Indians;
In India;
By capture and mock capture;
By purchase;
Before puberty;
(See also Promiscuity).

Masculine selfishness:
(See Selfishness).

Medea and Jason.

Mediaeval gallantry.

Melanesians:
Morals.

Mexicans:
Barrenness a cause of divorce;
Practical promiscuity;
Woman's inferior position;
Marriage conditions;
Aztek love-poems;
Erotic philology.

Micronesians:
Tattooing.

Militarism and feminine lack of coyness.

Mishmees:
Unchastity.

Mixed Moods:
(See Hope and Despair).

Modesty:
Curiosities of;
Deception;
Absence of, etc. (See Chastity).

Modocs:
Dangers of adultery;
Why they marry;
Marriage ceremony.

Mohammedans:
Polygamy;
Contempt for women.

Mojaves:
Jewels and rank;
Morals.

Monopolism.

Moors:
Ideas of beauty;
Ugly features.

Mordvins:
Mock coyness.

Mosquitos:
Lower than animals.

Mourning:
Decorations;
To order;
For entertainment.

Murder:
As a virtue.

Mutilations.

Nagas:
Ungallant.

Nala and Damayanti.

Natchez:
Lending wives;
Unchaste;
Treatment of squaws.

Natural selection:
Replaced by love.

Navajos:
Unchastity;
Treatment of women;
Courtship.

Negroes, African:
Feminine aspect of men;
Delight in torture;
Scarification;
Idea of beauty;
No love among.

New Britain Group:
Paying for a wife.

New Hebrides:
Infanticide.

New Zealanders:
Masculine women;
Wooing-house;
Decorations;
Anesthetic;
Object of tattooing;
Filthy;
Origin of the Maoris;
Love-poems;
Courtship;
Morals.

Niam-Niam:
Conjugal love.

Nicaraguans:
Tattooing;
Licentious festivals;
Eating a rival.

Nudity:
(See Modesty).

Obscenity:
An obstacle to love.

Odysseus as a husband.

Old maids.

Omahas:
Tribal marks;
Tattooing;
Courtship;
Buying wives;
And elopements;
An idyl;
Love-poems.

Oraons:
Promiscuity;
Courtship.

Oriental ideal of beauty;
Sentimentality.

Osages:
Tattooing;
Unchaste.

Pacific Islands:
Love on.

Paharias:
Attachment.

Paiderastia [Greek].

Papuans:
Nudity.

Pastoral love.

Patagonians:
Adultery;
Decorations;
No esthetic sense;
Licentiousness;
Women as drudges;
Marriages;
A courtship.

Paul and Virginia.

Pawnees:
Apathy of brides;
Daughters as merchandise;
Courtship.

Penelope as a model wife.

Perseus and Andromeda.

Persians:
Cruel jealousy;
Unjealous women;
Amorous hyperbole;
Love among;
Impurity.

Peruvians:
Mutilations;
Sun virgins;
Cruel to women;
Marriage;
Love-charms;
Words to express love.

Philippine Islanders:
Bisayos;
Indifferent to chastity;
Women not jealous.

Piutes:
Nocturnal courtship.

Pocahontas, story of.

Polynesians:
Gods;
Infanticide;
Proposals by women;
Tattooing;
Reasons for bathing;
Beauty means fat.

Pride, amorous.

Priestesses.

Promiscuity, practical.

Proposing:
By women;
In Fiji;
Silent;
By Indians.

Puberty:
Decorations and mutilations at;
Marriage before (See Marriage).

Pueblos:
Girls propose;
Unchastity.

Purchase of brides:
(See Marriage).

Purity, mental.

Race aversion.

Rebekah, the courting of.

Religion:
No love in early;
Fear;
Blasphemy;
Sacrifices;
Immorality;
Associated with.

Religious prejudices.

Romans:
Refined sensual love;
Mercenary coyness;
Amorous hyperbole;
Sham gallantry;
Suicide and love;
Terence and Plautus;
Catullus;
Tibullus;
Propertius and Ovid.

Romantic, meaning of.

Ruth and Boaz.

Sakuntala.

Samoans:
Idea of modesty;
Obscene conversation;
Various traits;
Chastity;
Courtship pantomime;
Love-stories;
Personal appearance.

Samoyedes: selfish men.

Savitri.

Scarification.

Scenery, romantic.

Selfishness:
(See Women, maltreatment of);
Adoration;
Sympathy;
Gallantry;
Affection.

Self-sacrifice.

Sensuality:
Antipode of love;
Fastidious;
Is not love;
Goethe's error;
Appetite and longing;
And sentimentality (See Chastity).

Sentiment, versus sentimentality.

Sentimentality.

Sentiments:
How they change and grow.

Separation of the sexes.

Sexual characters, primary and secondary.

Sexual selection.

Sexuality, mental.

Singhalese: utilitarian marriage.

Sioux:
(See Dakotas).

Social barriers to love.

Somali:
Unjealous wives;
Feathers;
Fat versus beauty;
A love-song;
Child-wives;
Barren women chased away;
Absence of gallantry;
Love-affairs.

Song of Songs.

Sorceresses.

Stories, incidents, and dramas:
African;
American Indian;
Australian;
Eskimo;
Greek;
Hawaiian;
Hebrew;
Indian (Hindoo and wild tribes);
New Zealand;
Oriental;
Polynesian;
Samoan;
Tahitian;
Tongan.

Suicide and love.

Sumatrans:
Marriages;
Selfish men;
No choice.

Swedes: mock-capture.

Sympathy.

Syria: idea of modesty.

Taboos, sexual.

Tahitians:
Tattooing;
Indifference to chastity;
Contempt for women;
Compressed heads;
Flowers and licentiousness;
Mourning;
Personal appearance;
Depraved by white visitors?

Tasmanians:
Charms;
Mourning.

Taste, disputing about.

Tattooing.

Temple girls, Hindoo.

Thibet:
Unchastity;
Woman's wretched lot.

Thlinkeets:
Exchanging wives;
War-paint;
Mutilations;
Suicide.

Todas:
Unjealous.

Tongans:
Tattooing;
Beads and vanity;
Personal appearance;
Were they civilized?
Love of scenery.

Torres Strait Islanders.

Tribal marks.

Tupis: no jealousy.

Turks:
Modesty;
Love-song;
Amorous hyperbole;
Arousing pride;
Coarseness;
Lust versus love;
Mourning to order.

Uganda:
Nudity;
Disposal of women.

Unchastity:
(See Chastity).

Urvasi.

Utility of love.

Vasantasena.

Veddahs:
Incest.

Virginity:
Penetrative;
Indifference to;
(See Chastity).

Votyaks:
Indifference to chastity;
Mock capture;

War:
An obstacle to love.

Whites:
Did they corrupt savages?

Widows:
Tormented in India;
Burning of.

Winona's leap.

Wives:
(See Marriage).

Women:
Homage to priestesses;
Domestic rule;
Political rule;
Is gallantry an "insult?"
Pugnacious;
Crueler than men;
Woman's sphere;
Maltreatment of and contempt for;
Masculine women;
No liberty of choice (See Choice).

Wooing:
By women;
(see Proposing).

Yucatan:
War decorations;
Tattooing.

Yumas:
Immorality.

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