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Woman's Work: The Story of Betty Friedan (Feminist Voices) - Bohannon, Lisa Frederiksen
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London: Ward Lock, 1994. 320pp. 1.22Kg. Green cloth boards FINE in a FINE d/w with slightly sunned spine. 52 walks illustrated with over 150 photographs. Owing to the weight, extra shipping will be required.. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., Ward Lock, 1994, Morgan Reynolds Publishing, 2004-08-01. Library Binding. New. Woman's Work: The Story Of Betty Friedan (Feminist Voices) (Library Binding)From School Library JournalGrade 6-10–From her early years as a journalist through the publication of The Feminine Mystique to her role in the founding of the National Organization for Women, and her more recent support for seniors' rights, this title describes Friedan's considerable influence and significance. The author does a good job of fitting the subject into the context of her time by clearly showing how she conformed and how she rebelled against its mores. She does not attempt to glorify, but presents a profile of a complex woman with strengths and weaknesses. This is an interesting book that will help teens to understand just how much has changed and how much women have accomplished in the last 50 years. The black-and-white photographs sprinkled throughout are poorly reproduced. A satisfactory selection for biography collections but one that is unlikely to be a popular choice for leisure reading.–Laura Reed, Kitchener Public Library, Ontario, CanadaCopyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.From BooklistGr. 9-12. In this entry in the Feminist Voices series, Bohannon offers a straightforward, unsensationalized biography of her history-making subject. The chapters that follow Friedan chronologically through life nicely incorporate relevant cultural and historical background: there are brief explanations of Marxist and Freudian theories, as well as the Gestalt school of psychology, which had a deep influence on the young activist. Throughout, Bohannon balances frankly portrayed unflattering subject matter with Friedan's extraordinary achievements. A smattering of black-and-white photos illustrate, and a time line, notes, and a bibliography enhance the fine introduction to a twentieth-century icon., Morgan Reynolds Publishing, 2004-08-01

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Morgan Reynolds Publishing, 2004-08-01. Library Binding. New. Woman's Work: The Story Of Betty Friedan (Feminist Voices) (Library Binding)From School Library JournalGrade 6-10–From her early years as a journalist through the publication of The Feminine Mystique to her role in the founding of the National Organization for Women, and her more recent support for seniors' rights, this title describes Friedan's considerable influence and significance. The author does a good job of fitting the subject into the context of her time by clearly showing how she conformed and how she rebelled against its mores. She does not attempt to glorify, but presents a profile of a complex woman with strengths and weaknesses. This is an interesting book that will help teens to understand just how much has changed and how much women have accomplished in the last 50 years. The black-and-white photographs sprinkled throughout are poorly reproduced. A satisfactory selection for biography collections but one that is unlikely to be a popular choice for leisure reading.–Laura Reed, Kitchener Public Library, Ontario, CanadaCopyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.From BooklistGr. 9-12. In this entry in the Feminist Voices series, Bohannon offers a straightforward, unsensationalized biography of her history-making subject. The chapters that follow Friedan chronologically through life nicely incorporate relevant cultural and historical background: there are brief explanations of Marxist and Freudian theories, as well as the Gestalt school of psychology, which had a deep influence on the young activist. Throughout, Bohannon balances frankly portrayed unflattering subject matter with Friedan's extraordinary achievements. A smattering of black-and-white photos illustrate, and a time line, notes, and a bibliography enhance the fine introduction to a twentieth-century icon., Morgan Reynolds Publishing, 2004-08-01

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Betty Friedan's seminal work, The Feminine Mystique, was one of the critical events of the modern women's rights movement. This new biography, written by the author of biographies of early feminists Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, presents Friedan's multifaceted life in fascinating detail. Woman's Work: The Story of Betty Friedan Bohannon, Lisa Frederiksen, Morgan Reynolds Publishing

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Woman's Work: The Story of Betty Friedan
Author:

Bohannon, Lisa Frederiksen

Title:

Woman's Work: The Story of Betty Friedan

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1931798419

Betty Friedan's seminal work, The Feminine Mystique, was one of the critical events of the modern women's rights movement. This new biography, written by the author of biographies of early feminists Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, presents Friedan's multifaceted life in fascinating detail.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781931798419
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1931798419
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Publishing year: 2004
Publisher: Morgan Reynolds Publishing

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