6 edition of The Oxford book of modern women"s stories found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Patricia Craig.|
|LC Classifications||PR1309.W7 O9 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 522 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||522|
|LC Control Number||94000657|
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Once you start reading, you won't be able to help devouring one after another. In many ways, these older groups paved the way for women to view themselves as having a rightful place in intellectual culture. Made me want to read more William Trevor. An underworld thriller with a little bit of religion thrown in. Starring intriguing and often unconventional crime solvers, they draw you in with an initial mystery, but keep you coming back for the rich character development and compelling storytelling. The Persian adaptation of this text, which starts with a brief historical overview including a section on the 'sights and sounds' of Balkh, is the earliest surviving local history and forms the basis for my study.
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Yet even when this friend needs assistance, Charles cannot act quickly enough and, tragically, his friend is imprisoned and dies and his friend's daughter is forced to marry a rake. Wollstonecraft follows Locke in emphasising the role of the senses in learning; for her, as Myers writes, "ideally, children should learn not from direct teaching but from living examples apprehended through the senses.
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It was definitely an interesting exercise to decide on the titles for myself, and Zahrah; some of them came to mind quite instinctively. It got me to thinking, are there disproportionate numbers of short stories about children?
Click Here To Buy 5. Raised by her traditional grandparents, she had to struggle even to gain an education, because they did not believe that girls should be taught. Inshe assembled The Female Speaker, a text meant to edify the minds of young women by exposing them to literature; she modelled it after William Enfield's anthology The Speaker, which was designed specifically for men.
The author emphasised their sacredness by citing hadith— accounts attributed to the Prophet and his Companions on them — relating to their protective and spiritual qualities. Thus, the very sites that were holy before the arrival of Islam continued to function as sacred sites for Muslims.
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