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Woman Words epub

by Jane Cousins-Mills


Woman Words epub

ISBN: 0860686329

ISBN13: 978-0860686323

Author: Jane Cousins-Mills

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Language: English

Publisher: Virago Press (December 31, 1999)

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Traces how, when, and why words about women have changed over time to express prejudices, fear, and hostility and to objectify.

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Womanwords : A Dictionary of Words About Women. Offers extensive histories of such words as dowager, minx, coquette and harpy. The bibliography is impressive. Format Paperback 311 pages. By (author) Jane Mills.

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