2 edition of Feminine attitudes in the nineteenth century found in the catalog.
Feminine attitudes in the nineteenth century
Cunnington, C. Willett
|Statement||by Dr. C. Willett Cunnington.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1593 .C8 1935|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 314 p.|
|Number of Pages||314|
|LC Control Number||35023890|
C. W. Cunnington published five books on psycho-sexual themes in women's dress. His first was Feminine Attitudes in the Nineteenth Century (), followed by English Women's Clothing in the Nineteenth Century (),Why Women Wear Clothes (), and the Art of English Dress and The Perfect Lady (both ). Antifeminism (also spelled anti-feminism) is opposition to some or all forms of minists in the late 19th century and early 20th century resisted women's suffrage, while antifeminists in the late 20th century in the United States opposed the Equal Rights Amendment. Others, particularly in the 21st century, see antifeminism as a response to an ideology rooted in hostility towards men.
If the Victorian feminine ideal is the submissive and domestic “angel in the house” it is clear that this ideal is attainable only in the context of a marriage and “the married state was certainly held up as the desirable norm for women.” (Abrams 89) Marriages in that period were rarely based on love and often women married from. In the early nineteenth Century, women lived in hard situation characterized by inequality of rights in education and freedom, and they were expected to remain under the power of their fathers and husbands. Britain witnessed many changes in Victorian time that influenced English society in philosophy, economics, and politics.
Feminine Attitudes in the Nineteenth Century No. 33 (Updated Edition) by Cecil Willett Cunnington, Cecil W. Cunningham Library, Pages, Published ISBN X / X ISBN / Abstract. The course of sexuality for the American female has gone through remarkable changes, from the variety of sexual customs found in early colonial days to the repressions of the 19th century and the liberalization of attitudes and behavior in the 20th century.
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New York, Haskell House Publishers, (OCoLC) Online version: Cunnington, C. Willett (Cecil Willett), Feminine attitudes in the nineteenth century. New York, Haskell House Publishers, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C Willett Cunnington.
Feminine attitudes in the nineteenth century. New York, Macmillan Co., (OCoLC) Online version: Cunnington, C. Willett (Cecil Willett), Feminine attitudes in the nineteenth century. New York, Macmillan Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C Willett Cunnington.
Feminine attitudes in the nineteenth century by Cunnington, C. Willett; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Women, History, Social life and customs. Feminine attitudes in the nineteenth century by Cunnington, C. Willett,Haskell House Publishers edition, in EnglishPages: Feminine Attitudes in the Nineteenth Century Hardcover – January 1, by Dr.
Willett Cunnington (Author) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: Dr. Willett Cunnington. The nineteenth century, according to C.
Willett Cunnington, was a period when the cult of modesty was a tactical maneuver camouflaged as a virtue. It was also a period when euphemisms were used for such terms as "naked," "breast," and "leg," and /5(1). This study focuses on feminine ideology and middle-class women's reproductive experience in nineteenth-century America.
Using nineteenth-century popular literature written by women, medical literature, and autobiographies, this fascinating work offers a theoretical framework for viewing gender as a historical process and women as agents in. “Disney perpetuated a male myth through his fairy-tale films,” argues Jack Zipes (, p.
37). He writes that Walt Disney framed “women’s lives through a male discourse” in his films (p. 36), and that he reinforced “nineteenth-century patriarchal notions” and “benevolent attitudes toward women” (p. 37). The feminine ideal.
19th-century feminists reacted to cultural inequities including the pernicious, widespread acceptance of the Victorian image of women's "proper" role and "sphere".
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The media hold up images of feminine beauty as models/objects, from the lushly rounded (Cindy Crawford or Shania Twain, for example) to the ludicrously. nineteenth century attitudes to marrriage - History bibliographies - in Harvard style These are the sources and citations used to research nineteenth century attitudes to marrriage.
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Nineteenth-Century British Library Newspapers’. In Steven Marcus elaborated on such views in his long and influential The Other Victorians: A Study of Sexuality and Pornography in Mid-Nineteenth-Century England, which presented the Victorians as sexual hypocrites, maintaining a veneer of respectable society over an underbelly of prostitution and pornography.
In this book, the first full-length study of paternity in Britain and its colonies to encompass the long nineteenth century, we begin to investigate the ideological work of the father figure — the construction and effects of fatherhood as discourse — and the very different experiences of being a father at a time when middle-class ideals of.
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Doctors in America throughout the nineteenth century directed their attention to the womb in a way that seems decidedly unscientific and even obsessive to a modern observer.She then analyzes the personification of the feminine ideal through the literary creation of "the angel of the house" in the novels of the nineteenth-century writer Benito Perez Galdos.
In addition to its insights about this ubiquitous nineteenth century figure, this book serves to introduce Anglophone scholars to some of the great literary and.Spogmay THE YELLOW WALLPAPER In the text “The Yellow Wallpaper” the relationship between male and female reveal the way women were governed by men and other male influences in the 19th century.
The protagonist is nameless, giving her no identity, while the male/husband has a name in the story.