Reprinted by Ainslee Magazine Company (New York, 1916), Dingwall-Rock
(New York, 1916), International Fiction Library (Cleveland, 1916) and Romance
Library (World Library Guild, 1916). Reissued by World Publishing Co., Tower Books Edition, Cleveland under the title Famous Hussies of History in 1943.
Frontispiece has illustration of Lady Hamilton, with illustrations of other "super-women" facing pages 2, 22, 42, 64, 90, 116, 136, 156, 176, 204 and 230.
Ainslee Magazine edition has dedication: To Robert Rudd Whiting, Editor of Ainslee's Magazine, who gave me the idea for these sketches and in whose magazine they first saw delight, my book is most gratefully dedicated.
Book with 12 chapters and 271 pages. Selections from a series of articles originally appearing in Ainslee's Magazine.
Chapter One. Lola Montez, The Dancer Who Kicked Over A Throne
Chapter Two. Ninon De L'Enclos, Premiere Siren of Two Centuries
Chapter Three. Peg Woffington, Irish Heart Conjurer
Chapter Four. Helen of Troy, Model For All the Sirens of the Centuries
Chapter Five. Madame Jumel, New York's First Official Heart Breaker
Chapter Six. Adrienne Lecouvreur, The "Actress Heart Queen"
Chapter Seven. Cleopatra, "The Serpent of Old Nile"
Chapter Eight. George Sand, The Hopelessly Ugly Siren
Chapter Nine. Madame DuBarry, The Seven-Million-Dollar Siren
Chapter Ten. "The Most Gorgeous Lady Blessington"
Chapter Eleven. Madame Recamier, The Frozen-Hearted Angel
Chapter Twelve. Lady Hamilton, Patron Saint of Dime-Novel Heroines
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