It brings out the distance and doubt that festered within the proximate intimacy of the Marston family.
Marston declared that women should rule the world but remained a patriarch.
Marston wrote that Wonder Woman needed “all the strength of Superman plus all the allure of a good and beautiful woman.”
When Marston died in 1947, her political edge waned still further.
Marston met Olive Byrne while a professor at Tufts and away from his wife.
"With a wife like you, he ought to go far," said Marston quietly.
The few letters Marston had sent on had been almost exclusively from my publishers.
The hunter continued to smoke, and Marston continued to gaze at him till he fell asleep.
Miss Marston had said that they must think me very unladylike.
"I imagine Peters will come later, but not to bargain with you," Marston said dryly.