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" a most important and indispensable function in social life ; they do not follow an obligatorily independent, and therefore for their sex an unnatural, career:—on the contrary, they are attached to others and are connected with other existences, which... "
Why are Women Redundant? - Page 26
by William Rathbone Greg - 1869 - 39 pages
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Literary and Social Judgments

William Rathbone Greg - 1873 - 352 pages
...prevails among us, it is inimical to marriage altogether. 296 ' LITERARY AND SOCIAL JUDGMENTS. charge a most important and indispensable function in social...independent, and therefore for their sex an unnatural, career; on the contrary, thay are attached to others, and are connected with other existences which...
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Literary and Social Judgments

William Rathbone Greg - 1873 - 352 pages
...to find a niche or an occupation for them ; they are fully and usefully employed ; they dischargea most important and indispensable function in social...independent, and therefore for their sex an unnatural, career ; on the contrary, they are attached to others, and are connected with other existences which...
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Literary and Social Judgements

William Rathbone Greg - 1876 - 352 pages
...brains to find a niche or an occupation lor them; they are fully and usefully employed; they dischargea most important and indispensable function in social...independent, and therefore for their sex an unnatural, career; on the contrary, they are attached to others, and are connected with other existences which...
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Worlds Between: Historical Perspectives on Gender and Class

Leonore Davidoff - History - 1995 - 276 pages
...again within the bonds of community was felt to be the ideal occupation, for they [domestic servants] do not follow an obligatorily independent, and therefore, for their sex an unnatural career: — on the contrary, they are attached to others and are connected with other existences which...
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Worlds Between: Historical Perspectives on Gender and Class

Leonore Davidoff - History - 1995 - 276 pages
...again within the bonds of community was felt to be the ideal occupation, for they [domestic servants) do not follow an obligatorily independent, and therefore, for their sex an unnatural career: — on the contrary, they are attached to others and are connected with other existences which...
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Inside the Victorian Home: A Portrait of Domestic Life in Victorian England

Judith Flanders - History - 2003 - 499 pages
...endeavouring to solve. They are in no sense redundant; . . . they are fully and usefully employed. . . they do not follow an obligatorily independent, and...and serve. In a word, they fulfil both essentials of a woman's being; they are supported by, and they minister to, men. We could not possibly do without...
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