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Godey S Magazine

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ISBN : MINN:31951D00319589T
Genre : Fashion
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Godey S Lady S Book

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ISBN : UCSD:31822042774802
Genre : Costume
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Category: Costume

Fashion Paper Dolls From Godey S Lady S Book 1840 1854

Author : Susan Johnston
ISBN : 0486235114
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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In full color: 7 female fashion dolls with 50 costumes from the pages of Godey's Lady's Book. Includes little girl's clothes, ball gowns, hats, even a period bathing suit and wedding gown.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Cultivator

Author : Luther Tucker and Son
ISBN : LOC:00026899874
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The Cultivator

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ISBN : UOM:39015073170808
Genre : Agriculture
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Category: Agriculture

A Reform Against Nature

Author : Carolyn Summers Vacca
ISBN : 0820458112
Genre : Political Science
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Debates over women's suffrage filled the pages of nineteenth-century articles, speeches, and books. Early natural rights justifications gave way to those based on women's special characteristics - characteristics used by vehement anti-suffragists to justify women's exclusion from the polity. These questions over natural rights reappeared in immigration and naturalization debates, which also attracted the print media's attention. This shift in the rationale for inclusion in the suffrage debates paved the way for a reorientation of American views - from citizenship as a right, to citizenship as a privilege - a view that informed America's response to questions of immigration and naturalization in the early twentieth century.
Category: Political Science

No More Separate Spheres

Author : Cathy N. Davidson
ISBN : 0822328933
Genre : Literary Criticism
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DIVArgues against the use of male/female gender categories to characterize public and domestic life./div
Category: Literary Criticism

Manhood And The American Renaissance

Author : David Leverenz
ISBN : 9781501744143
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In the view of David Leverenz, such nineteenth-century American male writers as Emerson, Hawthorne, Melville, Thoreau, and Whitman were influenced more profoundly by the popular model of the entrepreneurial "man of force" than they were by their literary precursors and contemporaries. Drawing on the insights of feminist theory, gender studies, psychoanalytical criticism, and social history, Manhood and the American Renaissance demonstrates that gender pressures and class conflicts played as critical a role in literary creation for the male writers of nineteenth-century America as they did for the women writers. Leverenz interprets male American authors in terms of three major ideologies of manhood linked to the social classes in the Northeast-patrician, artisan, and entrepreneurial. He asserts that the older ideologies of patrician gentility and of artisan independence were being challenged from 1820 to 1860 by the new middle-class ideology of competitive individualism. The male writers of the American Renaissance, patrician almost without exception in their backgrounds and self-expectations, were fascinated yet horrified by the aggressive materialism and the rivalry for dominance they witnessed in the undeferential "new men." In close readings of the works both of well-known male literary figures and of then popular authors such as Richard Henry Dana, Jr., and Francis Parkman, Leverenz discovers a repressed center of manhood beset by fears of humiliation and masochistic fantasies. He discerns different patterns in the works of Whitman, with his artisan's background, and Frederick Douglass, who rose from artisan freedom to entrepreneurial power. Emphasizing the interplay of class and gender, Leverenz also considers how women viewed manhood. He concludes that male writers portrayed manhood as a rivalry for dominance, but contemporary female writers saw it as patriarchy. Two chapters contrast the work of the genteel writers Sarah Hale and Caroline Kirkland with the evangelical works of Susan Warner and Harriet Beecher Stowe. A bold and imaginative work, Manhood and the American Renaissance will enlighten and inspire controversy among all students of American literature, nineteenth-century American history, and the relation of gender and literature.
Category: Literary Criticism

The American Missionary

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ISBN : WISC:89066111022
Genre : Congregational churches
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Vols. 13-62 include abridged annual reports and proceedings of the annual meetings of the American Missionary Association, 1869-1908; v. 38-62 include abridged annual reports of the Congregational Home Missionary Society's Executive Committee, 1883/84-1907/08.
Category: Congregational churches