|i. ||THE SITUATION OF WOMEN|
| Nelly Roussel, She Who Is Always Sacrificed18|
| Countess Pierre Lecointre, The State of the|
Feminist Question in France in 190743
| Thérèse Pottecher, "The Feminist Movement in France:|
| Marcelle Tinayre on the ideal education for women ||68|
| Harlor, "The Education of Women's Will"74|
| Gabrielle Reval on the struggles of educated women ||86|
| Louise-Marie Compain on the development of|
the education of women 94
| Charles Thiébaux on the pedagogical|
emancipation of women 96
| Madeleine Pelletier, A Feminist Education for Girls101|
| Clotilde Dissard on the protection of women's work ||120|
| Marie Bonnevial on the rights of working women 123|
| Louise-Marie Compain, "The Consequences of Woman's Work"134|
| Hélène Brion on feminist and socialist views of working women ||147|
|4. ||PROSTITUTION AND THE DOUBLE STANDARD|
| Ghénia Avril de Sainte-Croix on prostitutes as female serfs 169|
|Case Studies of Belle Epoque Prostitutes 177|
| Madeleine Pelletier, "One Morality for Both Sexes"184|
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Book title: Feminisms of the Belle Epoque:A Historical and Literary Anthology.
Contributors: Jennifer Waelti-Walters - Author, Steven C. Hause - Editor.
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press.
Place of publication: Lincoln, NE.
Publication year: 1994.
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