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008    730523s1973    nyu      b    000 0 eng   
010    73008828 
020    0231037953|q(hardback) 
020    9780231037952|q(hardback) 
035    (OCoLC)640900 
040    DLC|beng|erda|cDLC|dAS|dEAS 
050 00 HQ1154|b.R746 1973 
082 00 301.41/2/08 
100 1  Rossi, Alice S.,|d1922-2009,|ecompiler 
245 14 The feminist papers :|bfrom Adams to de Beauvoir /|cedited
       and with introductory essays by Alice S. Rossi 
264  1 New York :|bColumbia University Press,|c[1973] 
264  4 |c©1973 
300    xix, 716 pages ;|c21 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 707-716) 
505 0  Part 1. Reason shall set us free: feminism and the 
       enlightenment perspective ; Introduction: analysis versus 
       action --|t"Remember the ladies": Abigail Adams vs. John 
       Adams: selected letters from the Adams family 
       correspondence --|tAway from puddings and garments: Judith
       Sargent Murray (1751-1820) --|tOn the equality of the 
       sexes /|rJudith Sargent Murray --|tChampion of womankind: 
       Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-1797) --|tA vindication of the 
       rights of woman /|rMary Wollstonecraft --|tWoman of action
       : Frances Wright (1795-1852) --|tEducation /|rFrances 
       Wright --|tOf free enquiry /|rFrances Wright --|tThe first
       woman sociologist: Harriet Martineau (1802-1876)--
       |tSociety in America /|rHarriet Martineau --|tThe making 
       of a cosmopolitan humanist: Margaret Fuller (1810-1850) --
       |tThe great lawsuit. Man versus men. Woman versus women /
       |rMargaret Fuller --|tPrestige from the other sex: John 
       Stuart Mill (1806-1873) --|tThe subjection of women /
       |rJohn Stuart Mill --  
505 0  Part 2. Pioneers on a moral crusade: feminism and status 
       politics ; Introduction: social roots of the woman's 
       movement in America --|tFrom abolition to sex equality: 
       Sarah Grimké (1792-1873) and Angelina Grimké (1805-1979)
       --|tAppeal to the Christian women of the South /|rAngelina
       Grimké --|tLetters on the equality of the sexes and the 
       condition of women /|rSarah Grimké --|tLetters to 
       Catherine Beecher /|rAngelina Grimké --|tThe Blackwell 
       clan: Elizabeth and Emily --|tBlackwell: medicine as a 
       profession for women --|tSex and evolution /|rAntoinette 
       Brown Blackwell --|tA feminist friendship: Elizabeth Cady 
       Stanton (1815-1902) and Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906) --
       |tMotherhood /|rElizabeth Cady Stanton --|tIntroduction to
       The woman's bible /|rElizabeth Cady Stanton -- Along the 
       suffrage trail -- Selections from the History of woman's 
       suffrage -- Seneca Falls convention -- Reminiscences of 
       Emily Collins -- The Akron Convention -- The Newport 
       Convention -- The Kansas Campaign of 1867 -- Political 
       equality for women --  
505 0  Part 3. Bread comes first ; Introduction: feminism and 
       class politics --|tMarriage and property: Friedrich Engels
       (1820-1895) --|tThe origin of the family /|rFriedrich 
       Engels --|tWorking-class socialist: August Bebel --|tWoman
       and socialism /|rAugust Bebel (1840-1913) --|tRed Emma on 
       women: Emma Goldman (1869-1940) --|tThe tragedy of woman's
       emancipation /|rEmma Goldman -- The right to one's body: 
       Margaret Sanger (1879-1966) --|tMy fight for birth control
       /|rMargaret Sanger --|tBirth control ; a parent's problem 
       or woman's? /|rMargaret Sanger --|tBeware the state: 
       Suzanne LaFollette (b. 1893) --|tConcerning women /
       |rSuzanne LaFollette --|tThe "militant madonna": Charlotte
       Perkins Gilman (1860-1935) --|tWomen and economics /
       |rCharlotte Perkins Gilman --|tPioneer on the urban 
       frontier: Jane Addams (1860-1935) --|tUtilitization of 
       women in city government /|rJane Addams --  
505 0  Part 4. Sex is a many-sided thing ; Introduction: feminism
       and intellectual complexity --|tGuineas and locks: 
       Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) --|tA room of one's own /
       |rVirginia Woolf --|tCultural Stretch: Margaret Mead (b. 
       1901) --|tSex and temperament /|rMargaret Mead --|tA not-
       so rebellious "other" : Simone de Beauvoir (b. 1908) --
       |tThe Second Sex /|rSimone de Beauvoir. 
520    A selection of documents in feminist history over the past
       two centuries 
650  0 Women|xHistory|yModern period, 1600-|xSources 
650  0 Women's rights|xHistory|xSources 
650  0 Feminism|xHistory|xSources 
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 歐美所圖書館  301.412 R7354fe 1973    在架上    30500100280232
 文哲所  544.507 F329    在架上    30580000170402