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WOMANHOOD By Karlos Ayala
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WOMANHOOD By Karlos Ayala
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Womanhood Is Holy By Gregory Campbell
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A Condensed Occasionally Poetic Exploration of The Divinity of Humanity In a Stuttering Attempt to Reveal The Ultimate Truth of Women, Children, and Men.
Womanhood Is Holy By Gregory Campbell
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A Condensed Occasionally Poetic Exploration of The Divinity of Humanity In a Stuttering Attempt to Reveal The Ultimate Truth of Women, Children, and Men.
Elsie’s Womanhood By Martha Finley
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Initially, Elsie does not live with her parents but with her paternal grandfather, his second wife (Elsie's stepgrandmother), and their six children: Adelaide, Lora, Louise, Arthur, Walter, and Enna.... More > Elsie's mother died soon after giving birth to her leaving her in the care of her grandfather. Before her father comes back she becomes good friends with Rose Allison, with whom she studies the Bible. Her father was in Europe until she was almost eight years old as the first book begins.< Less
Elsie’s Womanhood By Martha Finley
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Initially, Elsie does not live with her parents but with her paternal grandfather, his second wife (Elsie's stepgrandmother), and their six children: Adelaide, Lora, Louise, Arthur, Walter, and Enna.... More > Elsie's mother died soon after giving birth to her leaving her in the care of her grandfather. Before her father comes back she becomes good friends with Rose Allison, with whom she studies the Bible. Her father was in Europe until she was almost eight years old as the first book begins.< Less
The Power of Womanhood By Ellice Hopkins
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In a banquet given in honor of Heinrik Ibsen by a Norwegian society known as the Woman's League, in response to a speech thanking him in the name of the society for all he had done for the cause of... More > women, the poet, while disclaiming the honor of having consciously worked for the woman's cause—indeed, not even being quite clear as to what the woman's cause really was, since in his eyes it was indistinguishable from the cause of humanity—concluded his speech with the words: "It has always seemed to me that the great problem is to elevate the nation and place it on a higher level. Two factors, the man and the woman, must co-operate for this end, and it lies especially with the mothers of the people, by slow and strenuous work, to arouse in it a conscious sense of culture and discipline. To the woman, then, we must look for the solution of the problem of humanity. It must come from them as mothers: that is the mission that lies before them.< Less
Elsie's Womanhood By Martha Finley
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Initially, Elsie does not live with her parents but with her paternal grandfather, his second wife (Elsie's stepgrandmother), and their six children: Adelaide, Lora, Louise, Arthur, Walter, and Enna.... More > Elsie's mother died soon after giving birth to her leaving her in the care of her grandfather. Before her father comes back she becomes good friends with Rose Allison, with whom she studies the Bible. Her father was in Europe until she was almost eight years old as the first book begins.< Less
Girlhood and Womanhood (Illustrated) By Sarah Tytler
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• “She was a tall, full-formed woman, in her flower and prime, with a fine carriage and gait, which rendered it a matter of indifference that she wore as plain and simple a muslin gown as... More > a lady could wear. Her hair was of the pale, delicate, neutral tint which the French call blonde-cendre, a little too ashen-hued for most complexions. It was not wavy hair, but very soft and pure, as if no atmosphere of turmoil and taint had ruffled or soiled it. It made Miss Baring's fresh, clear complexion a shade too bright in the carmine, which took oft' the grey- ness of the flaxen hue and relieved the cold and steel-like gleam in her grey-blue eyes.”< Less
WOES OF WOMANHOOD: An African Experience By Stella Nana-Fabu
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In my humble opinion, it is this scientific and positivist direction that “Madame Professeur” Stella NANA-FABU adopts in this study. In her other multiple works, scientific articles in... More > particular, and above all in her book “The Feminization of Poverty in Cameroon”, (Yaoundé Clé, 2009); this brilliant sociologist gratified the scientific community with her salient analyses on the necessity to reduce or to eradicate poverty that is currently plaguing women in Cameroon; women whose socio-economic needs are as a matter of fact identical to or at least parallel to those of all human beings. (Valentin NGA NDONGO - Sociologue, Professeur des Universités)< Less