Gender Perspectives in Nineteenth-century Ireland: Public and Private Spheres

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Margaret Kelleher, James H. Murphy
Irish Academic Press, 1997 - History - 238 pages
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Central to literary, social and political writings of nineteenth-century Ireland are arguments regarding men and women's proper spheres. This pioneering volume examines the significance of gender in shaping public and private life during a century of complex and changing power relations. The interdisciplinary character of the collection ensures a rich variety of perspectives.

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Mary Cullen
11
Timothy P Foley
21
The Dimensions of Gender in NineteenthCentury Schooling
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Kelleher, Department of English, St. Patrick's College, Maynooth.

Murphy is Lecturer in English at All Hallows College

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