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The beautiful life of Frances E. Willard
|Statement||a memorial volume by Anna A. Gordon ; introduction by Lady Henry Somerset, with character sketches and memorial tributes by the general officers of the World"s and the National W.C.T.U., English leaders and other distinguished persons.|
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 14354.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||416|
In she began teaching and three years later taught science at Northwestern. Willard remained president of the national WCTU until her death. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the worldand other notations in the work. Willard was also associated briefly with evangelist Dwight Moody, although she was disappointed when she realized he only wanted her to speak to women. The peerless British detective novelist, who died inwould have been an ideal subject for Heilbrun, who taught literature at Columbia for many years and herself writes sophisticated feminist mysteries under the pseudonym Amanda Cross. But Steinem never comes to life in these pages: this is feminist hagiography.
Always terrific looking, often photographed and written about, she had a string of high-profile lovers including Robert Benton, Mike Nichols, Ted Sorenson, Stanley Pottinger and Mort Zuckerman. Like many of the women whose stories it tells, this book has a subdued strength that should not be underestimated. Frances Willard went on a world tour with her friend Kate Jackson in and returned to Evanston to become head of Northwestern Female College, her alma mater under its new name. She mentions a secret love in her diaries, but it was never revealed who the person was. Alger's evocative but chaste rhetoric speaks of "budding maidens at school," suggesting that "in their mental caresses, spiritual nuptuals, their thoughts kiss each other Instead we learn that Steinem's friends love her, that her ex-lovers speak warmly of her, that her only flaws are an excess of generosity and a desire to avoid conflict, that if she stumbles into a quarrel it's invariably the other person's fault.
Brand new Book. Defaced tintype in an album of unidentified portraits, ca. What prompted someone to scratch out the face of the standing woman in the photograph on p. Bennett calls "lesbian-like". Bywhen she became president of the WCTU, she was an outstanding lecturer, organizer, writer, and policy maker.
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During a visit to New York City she developed influenza and died on Feb. The journals cover her younger years age 16 to 31 and two of her later years ages 54 and Frances E. The conflicts escalated, and in MarchFrances Willard chose to leave the university. This is a book about women.
Although Varina Davis and Willard would continue to correspond over the next decade as Varina moved to New York after her husband's death, and Willard spent most of her last decade abroad ; another temperance referendum would not occur for two decades.
Always terrific looking, often photographed and written about, she had a string of high-profile lovers including Robert Benton, Mike Nichols, Ted Sorenson, Stanley Pottinger and Mort Zuckerman. The authors have endeavored to present an objective story. In Wisconsin, the family, formerly Congregationalistsbecame Methodists.
Gelatin silver photographs, ca. Like many of the women whose stories it tells, this book has a subdued strength that should not be underestimated. By the mids Willard had adopted a vegetarian diet, perhaps as a result of her friendship with Ella Kellogg, the wife of dietary reformer John Harvey Kellogg and herself a leader in the WCTU.
While trying to expose the evils of alcohol, Willard and other temperance reformers often depicted one of the evils as its effect to incite purported black criminality, thus implying that this was one of the serious problems requiring an urgent cure.
This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Her journals and diaries number 40 volumes, which has provided a wealth of primary resource material for biographers.
Bywhen she became president of the WCTU, she was an outstanding lecturer, organizer, writer, and policy maker. She recounted a time when Willard had visited the South and blamed the failure of the temperance movement there on the population: "The colored race multiplies like the locusts of Egypt," and "the grog shop is its center of power Frances graduated in as valedictorian.
This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Frances Willard went on a world tour with her friend Kate Jackson in and returned to Evanston to become head of Northwestern Female College, her alma mater under its new name.
Some sources point to pernicious anemia, the source of several years of ill health. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
And according to Heilbrun, Steinem exerted no control over the manuscript, despite the fact that the two of them sometimes disagreed. Note the girl in the front row of the astronomy class wearing a necktie.Read Online The Beautiful Life Of Frances E Willard and Download The Beautiful Life Of Frances E Willard book full in PDF formats.
Let Something Good Be Said: Speeches and Writings of Frances E. Willard. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, Excerpts or full texts of significant speeches, articles, and books, annotated and contextualized, including a complete list of Willard’s works and a time line.
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