- Author:Ruth Hall
- Publisher:HarperCollins Distribution Services (October 5, 1978)
- Pages:224 pages
- Subcategory:Social Sciences
- FB2 format1357 kb
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Useful for studying the figure of Dr Stopes herself, often easily questionable . Strangely enough, reading this, I later found, was an excellent way of preparing for every possible eventuality and complication in the course of pregnancy!
Useful for studying the figure of Dr Stopes herself, often easily questionable and very much driven by her own agendas, as well as men and women of different classes concerning the most intimate of topics. Offers insight into the home lives and social expectations of both genders, although predominantly women. Strangely enough, reading this, I later found, was an excellent way of preparing for every possible eventuality and complication in the course of pregnancy! A friend of mine sent a copy to a friend who was thinking of having another child.
Letters to Marie Stopes, London, Deutsch, 1978, 8vo, pp. 218, £. 0. Find out more about sending content to Dropbox. Letters to Marie Stopes, London, Deutsch, 1978, 8vo, pp.
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Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. Seller Inventory 0140055363-2-4. More information about this seller Contact this seller 7. Stock Image. Dear Dr. Stopes: Sex in the 1920s.
Dear Dr Stopes: Sex in the 1920s (London: Cox and Wyman Lt. 1978), 50. 6 Ibid
Dear Dr Stopes: Sex in the 1920s (London: Cox and Wyman Lt. 6 Ibid. 27, 28. elderly that he never consummated the marriage, and her second husband was unable to give her, at age 61, any sexual satisfaction. 7 A 1923 letter came from a woman who had been married for over two years and had yet to have sex with her husband.
Finally, I find Farmer's conclusion that "the majority of feminists. feared that birth control would undermine women's right to refuse unwanted sexual relationships" a surprisingly negative view on marriage, and equally negative view on women's rights.
Yesterday’s Witness; Birth Control in the 1920s, BBC TV (1969). Out of the Dolls House, BBC2 (1988). The Secret Life of Marie Stopes, Channel 4 (1995). Marie Stopes’ Clinic in Belfast, Radio BBC Northern Ireland (1. 9. A Very British Romance with Lucy Worseley, BBC 4 (2. 1. Life of Marie Stopes ‘Women in the Past Series’, BBC Radio Scotland (3. Exhibitions and Symposiums Featuring Marie Stopes.
Ruth Hall: A Domestic Tale of the Present Time is a roman à clef by Fanny Fern (pen name of Sara Payson Willis), a popular 19th-century newspaper writer. Following on her meteoric rise to fame as a columnist, she signed a contract in February 1854 to write a full-length novel. She finished Ruth Hall within a few months, and it was first published in November 1854.