Women's Words

Women's Words

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French historian Mona Ozouf argues that French feminism lacks the rancor and resentment of its counterpart in America and explains why this placid brand of feminism is uniquely French. Ozouf portrays ten French women of letters whose lives span the period from the eve of the French Revolution to the resurgence of the feminist movement in the late 20th century.Essay on French Singularity Mona Ozouf. The canonical illustration of that paradox is provided by womena#39;s suffrage, which Frenchwomen acquired very late, even after Indian and Turkish women. ... To grant women suffrage was to open the Republic to its sworn enemies. ... Since woman supposedly belonged to nature, the conclusion was that she was a creature under its in- O fluence: she was a body, anbsp;...

Title:Women's Words
Author: Mona Ozouf
Publisher:University of Chicago Press - 1997-01

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