Feminisms of the Belle Epoque: A Historical and Literary Anthology

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Index
abandoned children, 46, 252, 257
abandoned women, 21, 53, 56 n.13, 245
Abbadie-d'Arrast, Mme. d', 50
L'Abeille, 295
abolition, of regulated prostitution, 168-74. See also prostitutes and prostitution
abortion, 4, 10, 17, 42, 224, 242, 252‐ 61, 301; and antiabortion movement, 252
absinthe, 49
abuse of children, 46, 113, 299
abuse of women, II, 48
Académie française, 67
accountants, 127, 130
L'Action, 36, 40 n. 20
L'Action féminine, 295
L'Action féministe, 295
Action sociale de la femme, 5
L'Action sociale de la femme, 295
actresses, 17
adultery, 45, 47, 53-54, 154, 185-86, 217
Ain region, 126
alcoholic beverages: and abusive partners, II, 259; antialcoholism and prohibition to, 49-50, 138, 168, 288; and cafés, 187; and civil rights, 35, 59, 287; and cooking, 49; feminist antialcoholism, 35, 49-50, 168; and pregnancy, 259; and prostitution, 172; and women's suffrage, 59, 28788. See also absinthe; brandy
L'Almanach féministe, 295
Amélioration, 4-5, 119, 161 n. 22, 169, 295
Amiens, 296
anarchism, 3, 28, 60, 85, 91 n. 4, 100, 146, 256
Ancien Régime, 43, 274, 276 n.13
antialcoholism. See alcoholic beverages, antialcoholism and prohibition
anticlericalism, 4, 91 n.4, 160 n. 10, 174
antifeminism, 10, 19-21, 24, 38 n.6, 59-61, 75-76, 78, 104, 283
antimilitarism and antiwar sentiment, 91 n. 4, 146, 156-57, 174, 289
antislavery, 152-53
apprenticeships, 51-53
arbitration: of international disputes, 99 n. 9; of labor disputes, 127. See also Conseils des prud'hommes
Argeliès, Jean-Baptiste, 44
aristocracy, 42
Auclert, Hubertine: and anti-feminism, 60; biography of, 119, 191-92, 278; as political candidate, 265, 298; and census, 265; and La Citoyenne, 195, 265; and civil code, 191-95; and economic condition of women, 268; feminist organizations of, 5, 191, 265, 270-71; and housework, 269; and LFDF Congress of 1878, 265; and LFDF Congress of 1900, 51; and legal system, 275, nn. 8, 9; and marriage, 10, 191-95, 268; praised as pioneer of women's rights, 157; and registration to vote, 270-72; republicanism of, 4; and socialism, 265; tactics of, 192, 265-66; and taxes, 265; translations of writings of, 298, 301; women's suffrage campaigns of, 4, 10, 191-92, 241, 265-74; and word "feminism," 192, 194-95; writings of, 266
Audouard, Olympe, 157
L'Aurore, 174
Avant-Courrière (The Forerunner), 5, 54 n. 3, 169, 295. See also Schmahl, Jeanne

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  • Feminisms of the Belle Epoque - A Historical and Literary Anthology *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Editor's Note *
  • Introduction *
  • I the Situation of Women *
  • Nelly Roussel *
  • Countess Pierre Lecointre *
  • ThÉrÈse Pottecher *
  • 2 Education *
  • Marcelle Tinayre *
  • Harlor *
  • Gabrielle Reval *
  • Louise-Marie Compain *
  • Charles ThiÉbaux *
  • Madeleine Pelletier *
  • 3 Work *
  • Clotilde Dissard *
  • Marie Bonnevial *
  • Louise-Marie Compain *
  • HÉlÈne Brion *
  • 4 Prostitution and the Double Standard *
  • GhÉnia Avril De Sainte-Croix *
  • Case Studies of Belle Epoque Prostitutes *
  • Madeleine Pelletier *
  • 5 Marriage and Male-Female Relations *
  • Hubertine Auclert *
  • LÉopold Lacour *
  • Louise-Marie Compain *
  • Colette Yver *
  • 6 Issues of Maternity *
  • Marcelle Tinayre *
  • Lucie Delarue-Mardrus *
  • Nelly Roussel *
  • Madeleine Pelletier *
  • 7 Political and Civic Rights *
  • Hubertine Auclert *
  • Nelly Roussel *
  • Appendixes *
  • Appendix One Feminist Periodicals of the Belle Epoque, 1890-1914 *
  • Appendix Two Other Translations of Feminist Writings from the Belle Epoque (following the Outline of This Book and Chronological Order) *
  • Bibliography *
  • Index *
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