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Mothers and Daughters: Women of the Intelligentsia in Nineteenth-Century Russia
by Barbara Alpern Engel
Northwestern University Press, 2000
Paper: 978-0-8101-1740-2
Library of Congress Classification HQ1663.E53 2000
Dewey Decimal Classification 305.42094709034

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
The first psychosocial study of the female intelligentsia in Russia, Mothers and Daughters explains how and why women radicals of the nineteenth century diverged from their male counterparts, describes the forces that led women to rebel, and discusses their legacy to future generations. Throughout, Engel brings nineteenth-century women to life, humanizing history as she presents a case study of how the personal became political in a time and place different from our own.

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