New York: The Century Co. 1905. Hardcover. 384p., previous owner's bookplate, later printing, wear at spine ends, otherwise a very good copy. Cf. *BAL 14228. Grier C***.
The book concerns an neurotic and unwell woman who has an "unnatural" attachment for another woman. S. Weir Mitchell (1798–1858), a physician specializing in neurology, was Charlotte Perkins Gilman's doctor. His rest cure (total isolation without any stimilation) caused her to have a complete breakdown, which was chronicled in her famous short work, "Yellow Wallpaper."