The Physiology of Marriage, Part 3
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The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Physiology of Marriage, Part III. by Honore de BalzacThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it,give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online atwww.gutenberg.netTitle: The Physiology of Marriage, Part III.Author: Honore de BalzacRelease Date: July 4, 2005 [EBook #5958]Language: English*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE ***Produced by Dagny; and John BickersTHE PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGETHIRD PARTBYHONORE DE BALZACRELATING TO CIVIL WAR. "Lovely as the seraphs of Klopstock, Terrible as the devils of Milton." —DIDEROT.MEDITATION XXIII.OF MANIFESTOES.The Preliminary precepts, by which science has been enabled at this point to put weapons into the hand of a husband,are few in number; it is not of so much importance to know whether he will be vanquished, as to examine whether he canoffer any resistance in the conflict.Meanwhile, we will set up here certain beacons to light up the arena where a husband is soon to find himself, in alliancewith religion and law, engaged single-handed in a contest with his wife, who is supported by her native craft and thewhole usages of society as her allies. LXXXII. Anything may be expected and anything may be ...

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 LXXXIII. The actions of a woman who intends to deceive her husband are almost  always the result of study, but never dictated by reason.
*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE ***
Title: The Physiology of Marriage, Part III. Author: Honore de Balzac Release Date: July 4, 2005 [EBook #5958] Language: English
Produced by Dagny; and John Bickers
THE PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE THIRD PART BY HONOREDEBALZAC
RELATING TO CIVIL WAR.  "Lovely as the seraphs of Klopstock,  Terrible as the devils of Milton "  .  —DIDEROT.
MEDITATION XXIII. OFMANIFESTOES. The Preliminary precepts, by which science has been enabled at this point to put weapons into the hand of a husband, are few in number; it is not of so much importance to know whether he will be vanquished, as to examine whether he can offer any resistance in the conflict. Meanwhile, we will set up here certain beacons to light up the arena where a husband is soon to find himself, in alliance with religion and law, engaged single-handed in a contest with his wife, who is supported by her native craft and the whole usages of society as her allies.
 LXXXII. Anything may be expected and anything may be supposed of a woman who  is in love.
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LXXXVIII. A woman whose life is of the head will strive to inspire her husband with indifference; the woman whose life is of the heart, with hatred; the passionate woman, with disgust.
 LXXXIX. A husband never loses anything by appearing to believe in the fidelity of his wife, by preserving an air of patience and by keeping silence. Silence especially troubles a woman amazingly.
LXXXVI. The moment a wife decides to break her marriage vow she reckons her husband as everything or nothing. All defensive operations must start from this proposition.
LXXXVII. The life of a woman is either of the head, of the heart, or of passion. When a woman reaches the age to form an estimate of life, her husband ought to find out whether the primary cause of her intended infidelity proceeds from vanity, from sentiment or from temperament. Temperament may be remedied like disease; sentiment is something in which the husband may find great opportunities of success; but vanity is incurable. A woman whose life is of the head may be a terrible scourge. She combines the faults of a passionate woman with those of the tender-hearted woman, without having their palliations. She is destitute alike of pity, love, virtue or sex.
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These axioms relate to the contest alone. As for the catastrophe, others will be needed for that.
XCI. The rock most to be avoided is ridicule.—"At least, let us be affectionate in public," ought to be the maxim of a married establishment. For both the married couple to lose honor, esteem, consideration, respect and all that is worth living for in society, is to become a nonentity.
XC. To show himself aware of the passion of his wife is the mark of a fool; but to affect ignorance of all proves that a man has sense, and this is in fact the only attitude to take. We are taught, moreover, that everybody in France is sensible.
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