Rebel Daughters: Women and the French Revolution

By Sara E. Melzer; Leslie W. Rabine | Go to book overview
CONTENTS
Contributors, ix
1. Introduction by SARA E. MELZER AND LESLIE W. RABINE, 3
Part I Women and the Formation of Revolutionary Ideology
2. Representing the Body Politic: The Paradox of Gender in the Graphic Politics of the French Revolution, 15
JOAN B. LANDES
3. "Love and Patriotism": Gender and Politics in the Life and Work of Louvet de Couvrai, 38
KATHRYN NORBERG
4. Incorruptible Milk: Breast-feeding and the French Revolution, 54
MARY L. JACOBUS
Part II The Other Revolution: Women as Actors in the Revolutionary Period
5. Women and Militant Citizenship in Revolutionary Paris, 79
DARLINE GAY LEVY AND HARRIET B. APPLEWHITE
6. "A Woman Who Has Only Paradoxes to Offer": Olympe de Gouges Claims Rights for Women, 102
JOAN WALLACH SCOTT
7. Outspoken Women and the Rightful Daughter of the Revolution: Madame de Staël's Considérations sur la Révolution Française, 121
LINDA ORR
Part III Constructing the New Gender System in Postrevolutionary Culture
8. Triste Amérique: Atala and the Postrevolutionary Construction of Woman, 139
NAOMI SCHOR

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