Alexander McCall Smith, in his new book The Good Husband of Zebra Drive, throws down the gauntlet to Sigmund Freud:
In the background, she could hear the sound of Puso slamming the door of the bathroom.
'He cannot shut doors quietly,' said Motholeli, putting her hands to her ears.
'He is a boy,' said Mma Ramotswe. 'That is how boys behave.'
'Then I am glad that I am not a boy,' said Motholeli.
Mma Ramotswe smiled. 'Men and boys think that we would like to be them,' she said. 'I don't think they know how pleased we are to be women.'