The Business of Being a Woman (1921)

Ida Minerva Tarbell

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The Business of Being a Woman (1921)

The Business of Being a Woman (1921) By Ida Minerva Tarbell The Business of Being a Woman The object of this little volume is to call attention to a certain distrust which the author feels in the modern woman of the significance and dignity of the work laid upon her by Nature and bysocie

  • Title: The Business of Being a Woman (1921)
  • Author: Ida Minerva Tarbell
  • ISBN: 2940000784419
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Nook
  • The Business of Being a Woman (1921) By Ida Minerva Tarbell The object of this little volume is to call attention to a certain distrust, which the author feels in the modern woman, of the significance and dignity of the work laid upon her by Nature and bysociety Its ideas are the result of a long, if somewhat desultory, observation of the professional, political, and domestic activities of women in this country and in France The The object of this little volume is to call attention to a certain distrust, which the author feels in the modern woman, of the significance and dignity of the work laid upon her by Nature and bysociety Its ideas are the result of a long, if somewhat desultory, observation of the professional, political, and domestic activities of women in this country and in France These observations have led to certain definite opinions as to those phases of the woman question most in need of emphasis to day.
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    1. Shiloah on said:

      Great book Many of the things mentioned in the book still apply to women today My book is now highlighted and filled with notes I learned much.

    2. Karl on said:

      I really struggle to say anything intelligent about this book written by Ida Tarbell and originally published in 1912 It s not as I had initially expected an advice book it tends to be quite politically pointed in places It is not a feminist book because it tends to be quite dismissive of militants and radicals, was indifferent to suffrage, and in places tends to be quite critical of women as a whole Nor would a contemporaneous anti feminist find any comfort in this because it calls for a radica [...]

    3. Kathi Mckeown on said:

      My recommendation is to read this electronically so that when names of individuals you are not familiar with appear, like Mercy Warren, you can look them up I liked this book, especially knowing that in 1912 women were still eight years away from having voting rights Ida Tarbell is an individual I would love to have met and listened to One of the original muckrakers, she was ahead of her time.

    4. jim copley on said:

      Thought provokingI choose this book after reading about Ida Tarbell in The Bully Pulpit by Doris Goodwin The subject intrigued me Some of it is as relevant today as it was in 1912.

    5. Janet Richardson on said:

      Before her time Most excellent writer and one of many excellent writings Ida Tarbell is STILL brilliant She would be, justifiably, horrified at our country s state of affairs.

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