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" ... they have to produce offspring, quite regardless of times and seasons and the general fitness of things ; they have to do this as expeditiously as possible, so that they may not unduly interrupt the work in hand ; nobody helps them, notices them,... "
Elizabeth and Her German Garden - Page 66
by Elizabeth, Elizabeth Von Arnim - 1898 - 175 pages
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Woman and Marriage: A Handbook

Margaret Stephens - Women - 1910 - 280 pages
...delightful author of "Elizabeth and her German Garden" remarks that it is quite a usual thing to see women "working in the fields in the morning, and working...afternoon, having in the interval produced a baby. . . . When I expressed my horror at the poor creatures working immediately afterwards as though nothing...
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Elizabeth and Her German Garden

Elizabeth Arnim, Elizabeth Von Arnim - Biography & Autobiography - 2005 - 232 pages
...to Russia for seven marks, supposing I were to be seized with an unnatural craving to go there. AH the labourers who work here from March to December...and working again in the afternoon, having in the internal produced a baby. The baby is left to an old woman whose duty it is to look after babies collectively....
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