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Women as they are

Parsons Mrs.

Women as they are

A novel, in four volumes, by Mrs. Parsons. ...

by Parsons Mrs.

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Published by printed for William Lane, at the Minerva-Press in London .
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Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 6467, no. 03.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination4v.,plate
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16940638M

They engaged in brutal acts with the logic of the market in mind. Hers is the first book to isolate white women as economic actors in the slave system, and thus the first to dismantle another long-standing myth about these women—that they simply stood by as men conducted the business of slavery."—Lynne Feeley, The Nation.   However, Dolan said men showed more health benefits from tying the knot, as they took fewer risks. Women’s health was mostly unaffected by marriage, with middle-aged married women even being at.

  In her book “They Were Her Property: White Women as Slave Owners in the American South,” Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers, associate professor of history at the University of California at Berkeley. 6 hours ago  These are some of the stories in “Monologues from the Makom,” a new book that explores the topics of women’s sexuality, gender and body image as they intersect with the lives of Orthodox Jewish.

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