"Goslings; or, A World of Women" is a 1913 post-apocalyptic novel about a global plague that has decimated England's male population and the once-predictable Gosling family is now free to fulfill its long-frustrated desires and to peruse their sexual vices, the Gosling daughters, who lack experience and self-independence, find shelter in a matriarchal commune. However their new life is threatened by the community elders' views on free love. The novel was written by John Davys Beresford (1873–1947), also known as J.D. Beresford.
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