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Victorian Feminism, 1850-1900Philippa Levine
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Levine traces the changing face of a half century of England's feminist movement, the personalities who dominated it, its pressing issues, and the tactics employed in the fight. Political themes common to the specific protests, she finds, included women's moral superiority, a close-knit sense of a supportive female community, and a conscious woman-centeredness of interests.
Publisher: University Press of Florida
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