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Utopian Dream or Dystopian Nightmare? Nineteenth-Century Feminist Ideas about Equality.

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Utopian Dream or Dystopian Nightmare? Nineteenth-Century Feminist Ideas about Equality.

by Conway, Jill Ker

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Worcester, MA: American Antiquarian Society, 1987. First Edition. Stapled wrappers. [12] pp. An article, reprinted from the October 1986 issue of the Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society (Vol. 96, part 2), and published by the Society. Printed at the Meriden-Stinehour Press. Precedes author's celebrated first book,The Road from Coorain, by three years. Light bumps to corners, otherwise very good in lightly rubbed wrappers. 8vo.

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Passages Bookshop US (US)
Bookseller’s Inventory #
001125
Title
Utopian Dream or Dystopian Nightmare? Nineteenth-Century Feminist Ideas about Equality.
Author
Conway, Jill Ker
Format/binding
Stapled wrappers
Book condition
Used
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Edition
First Edition
Publisher
American Antiquarian Society
Place of Publication
Worcester, MA
Date Published
1987

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wrappers
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