Woman's Work

PURINTON, Edward Earle

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Butler, N.J.: Benedict Lust, N.D., Publisher, ca. 1913. 24mo. Wraps. Butler, N.J.: Benedict Lust, N.D., Publisher, ca. 1913 Naturopathic Pamphlet Series No. 11. [12857]

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Feminist tract in which Purinton, in a somewhat breathless style, asserts that "Woman's work is to conserve the force of savagery," Woman's work is to spiritualize the physical things of life," "Woman's work is to clothe motherhood with the world's homage," Woman's work is to plan a career for herself as independently as though men did not exist," and much more.


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