Unbridled Spirits: Women of the English Revolution, 1640-1660
Women's Press, 1998 - 356 Seiten
Unbridled Spirits is a vibrant and authoritative study of the women of the 17th century, women who found the means to speak out and demand change at a time when a woman could be publicly humiliated, bridled and tortured for scolding her husband.
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WOMEN OF SPIRIT
THE WRITING ON THE WALL
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