|Author:||Abagail Adams,Judith Sargent Murray,Mary Wollstonecraft,Harriet Martineau,John Stuart Mill,Frances Wright,Margaret Fuller,Sarah Grimke,Emma Goldman,Margaret Sanger|
|Title:||The Feminist Papers: From Adams to de Beauvoir|
|Format:||mobi lrf lit lrf|
|ePUB size:||1329 kb|
|FB2 size:||1910 kb|
|DJVU size:||1491 kb|
|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Publisher:||Northeastern University Press; Reprint edition (May 19, 1988)|
The Feminist Papers: From. has been added to your Cart. Writings included begin with Abigail Adams’ famous Remember the Ladies letter to her husband John Adams; also included are excerpts by Mary Wollstonecraft; Frances Wright; Margaret Fuller; John Stuart Mill; Sarah and Angelina Grimké; Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Susan B. Anthony; Friedrich Engels; Emma Goldman; Margaret Sanger; Charlotte Perkins Gilman; Jane Addams; Virginia Woolf; Margaret Mead; Simone de Beauvoir, and others. The selections are well-introduced by Rossi, and are (unlike other collections of this type) lengthy enough to give a fair representation of the writer’s views
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16. Mary Wollstonecraft. 25. A Vindication of the Rights. 40. Frances Wright 17951852. 86. Harriet Martineau. 118. Society in America. 144. Along the Suffrage Trail. 407. Selections from the History of Woman Suffrage.
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Introduction: analysis versus action ; "Remember the ladies": Abigail Adams vs. John Adams: selected letters from the Adams family correspondence ; Away from puddings and garments: Judith Sargent Murray ; On the equality of the sexes, Judith Sargent Murray ; Champion of womankind: Mary Wollstonecraft ; A vindication of the rights of woman, Mary Wollstonecraft ; Woman of action: Frances Wright ; Education, Frances Wright ; Of free enquiry, Frances Wright ; The first woman sociologist: Harriet Martineau ; Society in America, Harriet Martineau ; The making of a cosmopolitan humanis.
1973) The Feminist Papers from Adams to de Beauvoir (New York and London: Columbia University Press). Roszak, B. and Roszak, T. (eds) (1969) Masculine/Feminine. Readings in Sexual Mythology and the Liberation of Women (New York: Harper Colophon Books). Walters, M. (1979) 'The Rights and Wrongs of Women: Mary Wollstone-craft, Harriet Martineau, Simone de Beauvoir', in J. Mitchell and A. Oakley (eds). Waltzer, M. (1983) Spheres of Justice. A Defense of Pluralism and Equal-ity (New York: Basic Books).