French Feminism in the Nineteenth Century

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Index
Abortion, 22
Acollas, Emile, 184
Adam, Edmond, 177
Adam, Juliette (Mme Edmond Adam; née Juliette Lamber), xii, 33, 34, 152, 162-67, 174, 177, 181, 205, 269, 275
See also Juliette Lamber
Adams, John Quincy, 104
Adultery, 2, 5, 19, 104, 138, 208, 240
Agoûlt, Marie d' (Marie de Flavigny) [pseud. Daniel Stern], 17, 18, 34, 36, 156, 163, 269
Aicard, Jean François, 74, 77, 80, 81, 256
Albert (Alexandre Martin), 141
Alembert, Jean le Rond d', 9
Allart, Hortense, 102, 103
Allix, Jules, 190, 222, 277
Almanach des femmes, 149
Amanda (surname unknown), 65
Amann, Peter, 128
Andrée de Saint-Gilles, Antonine, 139
Angélique (surname unknown), 65, 74, 86
Anthony, Susan B., 38, 236
Anticlericalism, 35, 198, 209, 210, 216, 233, 278
Antifeminism, 142-43, 151-61, 216
Apostolat des femmes, 63, 256 SeeTribune des femmes
Ariès, Philippe, 22
Aristophanes, 7
Arlès-Dufour, François Barthélemy, 176, 186
Artisan, 110
Association Fraternelle des Démocrates de Deux Sexes, 128
Association Fraternelle des Ouvriers Lingères, 147
Association of Wage-earning Women, 147
Association pour le Droit des Femmes, 173, 185, 187, 194, 195, 213, 223, 272-73 charter of, 187-89
Association pour le Suffrage des Femmes, 212
Association Solidaire et Fraternelle de Toutes les Associations Réunies, 147
Associationists and associationism, 95, 96, 97-98, 111 See also Fourierism
Atelier, 110
Athénée des femmes, L', 14, 243
Auclert, Hubertine, xii, 184, 185, 186, 207, 213-18, 219, 223, 236, 276
illustration, 214
L'Argent de la femme, 217
Le Nom de la femme, 217
Le Vote des femmes, 184, 217
Les Femmes au gouvernail , 217
Audebert, Louise, 189
Audouard, Olympe, 173, 178, 195, 271
writings of, 178
Guerre aux hommes, 179
Aurévilly, Barbey d', 180, 272
Avenir des femmes, L', 186, 194, 213 See alsoLe Droit des femmes
Avril de Sainte-Croix, Ghénia, 23
Baissac, Adrienne, 78, 79
Balzac, HonorU+00E9, 18, 35, 178 and Berny, Laura de, 18
Barberousse, Louise, 217
Barrau, Caroline de, 207
Barrault, Emile, 70
Baudelaire, Charles, 178
Bazard, Claire, 51, 52, 55, 56, 57, 58, 76, 253, 258
Bazard, Saint-Amand, 44, 48, 49, 55, 251, 252
Beaumont, Edouard de, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126
Beranger, Caroline, 65, 259
Béranger, Pierre Jean de, 17
Berny, Alexandre de, 66
Birth control, xi, 21-22, 232-33, 245, 278
Blanc, Louis, 128, 141, 143, 144, 145, 186, 195

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