Feminisms of the Belle Epoque: A Historical and Literary Anthology

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

I. Works by the Generation of the Belle Epoque

Albistur, Maïté, and Daniel Armogathe, eds. Le Grief des femmes. Paris, 1978. Vol. 2. of Anthologie de textes du second empire à nos jours. 2 vols. Paris, 1978.

Auclert, Hubertine. L'Argent de la femme. Paris, 1904.

—. La Citoyenne; articles de 1881 à 1891. Ed. by Edith Taieb. Paris, 1982.

—. Le Droit politique des femmes: question qui n'est pas traitée au congrès international des femmes. Paris, 1878.

—. Egalité sociale et politique de la femme et de l'homme: discours prononcé au congrès ouvrier socialiste de Marseille. Marseille, 1879.

—. Les Femmes arabes en Algérie. Paris, 1900.

—. Les Femmes au puvernail. Paris, 1923.

—. Le Nom de la femme. Paris, nd.

—. Le Vote des femmes. Paris, 1908.

Avril de Sainte-Croix (Mme Ghénia). Dixième congrès international des femmes: oeuvres et institutions féminines, droit des femmes ... tenu à Paris le 2 juin 1913. Compte rendu ... Paris, 1914.

—. L'Esclave blanche: discours. Alençon, 1913.

—. Le Féminisme. Paris, 1907.

—. " Les Françaises et le droit du suffrage." The Englishwoman 2 ( 1909).

—. Une Morale pour les deux sexes. Paris, 1900.

—. " Une Nouvelle puissance: le CNFF." La Contemporaine 10 November 1901.

—. La Serve: iniquité sociale. Paris, 1901.

—. Le Travail des femmes et le demi-temps. Paris, 1919.

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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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