Not in God's image

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Harper & Row, 1973 - Social Science - 362 pages
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Review: Not in God's Image: Women in History from the Greeks to the Victorians

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A collection of essays, documents, letters and first-hand accounts of women's treatment trough history, from antiquity (Greece,Rome,Byzantium) trough Hebrew and Muslim world to European Middle Ages ... Read full review

Contents

The Preclassical Period
2
Athens
9
Hellenistic Greece
29
Copyright

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About the author (1973)

Julia O'Faolain was born to Irish writers Sean and Eileen O'Faolain in London, 1932. She was educated at University College in Dublin, the University of Rome, and the Sorbonne. She worked as an editor, language teacher and translator. In 1968, she published We Might See the Sights, her first collection of short stories, which was followed by other collections, as well as novels, including Godded and Codded (1970) and No Country for Young Men (1980). She co-wrote Not in God's Image: Women in History from the Greeks to the Victorians with her husband, Lauro Martines.

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