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Kartini to Mejuffrouw Zeehandelaar, Japara, 25 May 1899 [Chapter I], in _Letters of a Javanese Princess_
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written by Raden Adjeng Kartini, 1879-1904 (25 May 1899), in Letters of a Javanese Princess, by Raden Adjeng Kartini, (London, England: Duckworth & Co., 1920), pp. 3-10 (London, England: Duckworth and Co., 1920), 10 page(s)
Kartini writes about her unhappy upbringing in a traditional Javanese family where tradition compels her to remain in the house with only limited educational opportunities and facing an arranged marriage.
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written by Raden Adjeng Kartini, 1879-1904 (25 May 1899), in Letters of a Javanese Princess, by Raden Adjeng Kartini, (London, England: Duckworth & Co., 1920), pp. 3-10 (London, England: Duckworth and Co., 1920), 10 page(s)
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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY
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written by Gabriele Proft, 1879-1971; in Labour Women of the World (London, England: International Council of Social Democratic Women, 1957, originally published 1957, first release 1957), 40-41
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written by Gabriele Proft, 1879-1971; in Labour Women of the World (London, England: International Council of Social Democratic Women, 1957, originally published 1957, first release 1957), 40-41
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A Life's Work
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written by Margaret Grace Bondfield, 1873-1953 (London, England: Hutchinson & Co., 1948), 383 page(s)
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written by Margaret Grace Bondfield, 1873-1953 (London, England: Hutchinson & Co., 1948), 383 page(s)
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The Light Is Ours: Memoirs & Movements
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written by Avabai Bomanji Wadia, 1913-2005, International Planned Parenthood Federation (London, England: International Planned Parenthood Federation, 2001), 732 page(s)
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written by Avabai Bomanji Wadia, 1913-2005, International Planned Parenthood Federation (London, England: International Planned Parenthood Federation, 2001), 732 page(s)
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Memoirs from the Women's Prison
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written by Nawal El Saadawi, 1931- (London, England: Women's Press, 1986), 203 page(s)
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written by Nawal El Saadawi, 1931- (London, England: Women's Press, 1986), 203 page(s)
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A Memorandum Showing the Connection Between the Status of Women and the Relations Between Countries
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written by Vera Brittain, 1893-1970 (London, England: Six Point Group, 1929), 12 page(s)
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written by Vera Brittain, 1893-1970 (London, England: Six Point Group, 1929), 12 page(s)
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My Marriage
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written by Fadhma A. M. Amrouche, 1882-1967; in My Life Story: The Autobiography of a Berber Woman (London, England: Women's Press, 1988, originally published 1968), [59]-72
Fadhma Amrouche was the illegitimate daughter of an impoverished, illiterate Berber peasant woman. Born a Muslim, she was converted to Christianity by Catholic missionaries, produced one of the first autobiographies ever written by an Algerian woman, became a naturalized French citizen, and raised two children who...
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written by Fadhma A. M. Amrouche, 1882-1967; in My Life Story: The Autobiography of a Berber Woman (London, England: Women's Press, 1988, originally published 1968), [59]-72
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OBSTACLES IN THE WAY OF WOMEN'S CAREERS AND PROFESSIONS (PARTICULARLY IN THE ACADEMIC FIELD)
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written by Germaine Cyfer-Diderich, fl. 1966; edited by Marianne Welter, fl. 1966; in The Position of the Woman Graduate Today: A Survey 1956-1965 (London, England: International Federation of University Women, 1966, originally published 1966, first release 1966), 8-13
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written by Germaine Cyfer-Diderich, fl. 1966; edited by Marianne Welter, fl. 1966; in The Position of the Woman Graduate Today: A Survey 1956-1965 (London, England: International Federation of University Women, 1966, originally published 1966, first release 1966), 8-13
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President's Triennial Report
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written by Alice M. Berry, 1900-1978; in Proceedings of the Eighth Triennial Conference (London, England: Associated Country Women of the World, 1957), 18-24
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written by Alice M. Berry, 1900-1978; in Proceedings of the Eighth Triennial Conference (London, England: Associated Country Women of the World, 1957), 18-24
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written by Bergliot Lie, fl. 1953; in Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress and Thirteenth Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors (London, England: International Federation of Business and Professional Women, 1950), 85-86
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