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Mollentrave on Women

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In "Mollentrave on Women" by Alfred Sutro, the reader is taken on a journey through the mind of a man who has a skewed view of women. The protagonist, Mollentrave, has a deep-seated resentment towards women and believes that they are all manipulative and conniving. Throughout the book, he recounts various encounters with women that have shaped his negative perception.

Sutro does a masterful job of delving into the psyche of a man who is clearly damaged and bitter. The reader is able to see how Mollentrave's past experiences have shaped his current attitude towards women, making him a complex and intriguing character. However, this complexity also makes it challenging to empathize with him, as his views are so extreme and misogynistic.

The writing in the book is well-crafted and engaging, drawing the reader in from the very first page. Sutro's depiction of Mollentrave's inner turmoil is both compelling and unsettling, leaving the reader to question the validity of his beliefs and the motivations behind his actions.

Overall, "Mollentrave on Women" is a thought-provoking and emotionally charged read that will leave a lasting impression. It is a powerful exploration of the impact of past trauma on one's perception of the opposite sex and serves as a cautionary tale about the dangers of holding onto resentment and bitterness.

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Mollentrave has written a “Love Doctor” book for men entitled “Mollentrave on Women” which purports to give any man the “Midas Touch” with the fairer sex. But as King Midas could’ve told us, these things have a way of backfiring… - Summary by Son of the Exiles Cast list: Mr. Mollentrave: azureblue Sir Joseph Balsted, K.C., M.P.: Mike Manolakes Everard Swenboys: Ethan Hurst Lord Contareen: Adrian Stephens Mr. Dexter: ToddHW Mr. Noyes: Alan Mapstone Peters, Sir Joseph’s Butler: Cavaet Martin, Mollentrave’s Butler: David Purdy Lady Claude Derenham: JennPratt Margaret Messilent: Nichole James Miss Treable: Joanna Michal Hoyt Mrs. Martell: Michele Eaton Stage Directions: Wayne Cooke Editing: Michele Eaton

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