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eBook A world of women: An illustrated history of women's magazines ePub

by Irene Dancyger

  • ISBN: 0717107302
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Irene Dancyger
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Gill and Macmillan (1978)
  • Pages: 182
  • ePub book: 1123 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1124 kb
  • Other: lrf azw lit txt
  • Rating: 4.4
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This article addresses the history of women's magazines. In 1693 the first issue of the first women's magazine in Britain, The Ladies' Mercury, was published. In 1857 the first women's magazine in Gujarati, Streebodh, was established by Parsi social activists. In 1892 the first women's magazine in Egypt, and indeed in all the Arab countries, Al Fatat, was established by Hind Nawfal.

Like The Women's Chronology, Women's World is illustrated with small black-and-white photographs and has an. .Women's World is, for the most part, a recitation of women's activities.

Like The Women's Chronology, Women's World is illustrated with small black-and-white photographs and has an index. Women's World is arranged first by era, then by decade, and finally, from 1830 on, by year. Its low price may make it attractive to school and small public libraries needing a resource of this type. However, if cost is not a major consideration, either Women's Chronology or Timetables of Women's History is a better choice.

Dancyger J. A World of Women: An Illustrated History of Women’s Magazines. Beasbey . Silver Sh. Women in Media: A Documentary Source Book. Finley R. E. The Lady of Godey’s: Sarah Josepha Hale. Flexner E. Century of the Struggle. Philadelphia; . I. B. Lippincott C. 1931. Cecil M. Heroines in Love. Cott N. Passionlessness: An Interpretation of Victorian Sexual Ideology, 1790–1850 // Signs, 1978, Winter. Toth S. The Total Women of 1792 // M. 1978, VIII. Welter B. Dimity Convictions: The American Women in the Nineteenth Century. Wood J. Magazines in the United States. Woodward H. The Lady Persuaders.

Illustrated history of women. by. Franck, Irene M. Publication date. The original books is too bright. 10 volumes : 27 cm. Presents a history of women around the world from earliest times to the present day. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. v. 1. Early times, prehistory to 499 . 2. Between darkness and dawn, 500-1399 - v. 3. Emerging into the light, 1400-1599 - v. 4. Troubled times, 1600-1749 - v. 5. Age of revolution, 1750-1829 - v. 6. Dawn of a new age, 1830-1869 - v. 7. Opening doors, 1870-1899 - Winning through, 1900-1929 - v. 9. Depression and war, 1930-1959 - v. 10. A new wave, 1960-1998.

World of Women An Illustrated History of Women's Magazines DANCYGER Hardback/DJ. AUTHOR: Dancyger, Irene. Very Good condition in Very Good Dustjacket. DJ protected in purpose-made plastic sleeve. Black & white illustrations. A World of Women: An Illustrated History of Women’s . Hoekstra E. The Pedestal Myth Reinforced: Women’s Magazine Fiction, 1900–1920 // New Dimensions in Popular Culture, Nye R. (E. The Journal of the Century, Compiled by B. Holme.

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This coffee-table book looks at the world events as seen through the pages of Variety, from 1905 to the present. Decade by decade, it covers everything from the 1912 Titanic disaster through the Arab Spring and the digital revolution. The book looks beyond statistics to show the human side of history: During the Depression, a number of five-cent restaurants began in Hollywood, charging a nickel for every dish as a way to help extras, who were lucky if they found one day of work a week; in an interview, Al Capone talked about gangster films (he didn't like them; not.