Item #009515 Feminist Studies, Vol. 10, no. 3 Fall 1984

Feminist Studies, Vol. 10, no. 3 Fall 1984

College Park MD: University of Maryland, 1984. Paperback. [3], 398-542, [24] p.: illustrations; 23 cm. Paperback. Contents: Seeing Mary Beard by Bonnie G. Smith -- Poems by Marilyn Hacker -- Women in Zimbabwe: Postindependence Struggles by Gay W. Seidman -- Race, Sex, and Class: Black Female Tobacco Workers in Durham, North Carolina, 1920-1930, and the Development of Female Consciousness by Beverly W. Jones -- Poems by Ruth Stone -- With Ink and Mortar: Christine de Pizan's Cité des Dames by Sandra L. Hindman -- "What are Patterns for?": Anger and Polarization in Women's Poetry by Alicia Ostriker -- Proto-feminism or Victims of Patriarchy: Two Interpretations of Mormon Polygamy by Mary Ryan -- Feminist Implications of Mormon Polygyny by Joan Iversen -- "Living the Principle" of Plural Marriage: Mormon Women, Utopia, and Female Sexuality in the Nineteenth Century by Julie Dunfey. Scarce. In Very Good Condition: cover is lightly rubbed; 3 check marks in table of contents; 1 check mark and 1 underlining in Preface; otherwise, clean and tight. Very Good. Item #009515

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