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B&W Illustrations; 6 1/4 x 9 1/4 x 1 1/2; xix, 572 pages; Soft cover has cream colored spine with black writing on it. Covers have slight rubbing, bumping, scuffing. Pages are clean and tight; appears as if unused. Illustrated with b/w photographs. "Women's history from prehistoric times to the present, focusing on the developments, achievements, and changes in women's roles in society, organized within a loose chronology with chapters focusing on women's place and function in society. Topics include the roles of female monarchs and women of the court, the application of the new tools of the Scientific Revolution to prove traditional views of women, the salons and parlors of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and wealthy women's contributions to the arts and social services, the impact of city-living and the Industrial Revolution on women's roles and family life, and the emergence, evolution, and impact of the modern feminist movement". Notes; bibliography; index.
Title: A History of Their Own Women in Europe From Prehistory to the Present: Volume II
Categories: social history, Government/Economics/Law/Politics, anthropology/language/linguistics, Reference, Drama/Theater/Plays/Opera, France, Biography/Memoirs/Journals, English/British History, Geography, History, European History, Cultural History, Women/Womens' History,
Publisher: New York, Harper: 1989
Book Condition: Very Good+
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 8668