WOMAN'S WRONGS: a counter-irritant.

HAMILTON, Gail. (pseud. For Mary Abigail Dodge)

Editore: Ticknor and Fields, 1868
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8vo, pp. 212. Brown cloth (some rubbed) hinges tender, cover little worn at corners and ends of spine, some light water stain along the inner margin, o/w good. The well known essayist supports extending educational opportunities for women, but opposed the woman suffrage movement. She attacks the view that women are constitutionally weaker than men and limited to the domestic sphere. She calls for liberal education with open occupational opportunities. She did not believe that woman suffrage would solve the problem of economic discrimination and favored indirect political influence for women. Dodge was a teacher at the Hartford Female Seminary, later moving to Washington DC and writing under her pseudonym. See NAW. Codice inventario libreria

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Titolo: WOMAN'S WRONGS: a counter-irritant.
Casa editrice: Ticknor and Fields
Data di pubblicazione: 1868
Edizione: First Edition.

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HAMILTON, Gail. (pseud. For Mary Abigail Dodge)
Editore: Ticknor and Fields, Boston (1868)
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Descrizione libro Ticknor and Fields, Boston, 1868. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 212. Brown cloth. Ex library with stamps, bookplate and labels. Hinges tender, cover little worn at corners and ends of spine, o/w VG. The well known essayist supports extending educational opportunities for women, but opposed the woman suffrage movement. She attacks the view that women are constitutionally weaker than men and limited to the domestic sphere. She calls for liberal education with open occupational opportunities. She did not believe that woman suffrage would solve the problem of economic discrimination and favored indirect political influence for women. Dodge was a teacher at the Hartford Female Seminary, later moving to Washington DC and writing under her pseudonym. See NAW. Codice libro della libreria 49182

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