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1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 24 cm
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1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations ; 32 x 9 cm
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3. Bonjour du Diable [2018]

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1 volume (unpaged)
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2 volumes
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136 pages.
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84 pages ; 14 x 23 cm
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vii, 219 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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xvi, 694 pages ; 24 cm.
  • General introduction: 'what do women want?' and quotations-- Part I. Familiarization: Romance with the Republic, 1870s-1889: 1. Relaunching the Republican campaign for women's rights: 2. Educators, medical and social scientists, and population experts debate the woman question, 1870-1889-- 3: The politics of the family, women's work, and public morality, 1870-1890-- 4. The revolutionary centennial: promoting women and women's rights at the 1889 International Exposition in Paris-- Part II. Encounter: the Third Republic Faces Feminist Claims, 1890-1900: Quotations and introductory remarks-- 5. The birth and 'take-off' of feminism in republican France-- 6: Rights or protection for working women?-- 7. Must maternity be women's form of patriotism? 8. The new century greets the woman question, 1900-- Part III. Climax: Mainstreaming the Woman Question, 1901-1914: Quotations and introductory remarks-- 9. Building a force to reckon with the Republic: The Conseil National des Femmes Francaises and its allies, 1900-1914-- 10. Defining, historicizing, contesting, and defending feminism: early 20th century developments-- 11. Refocusing the state: depopulation, maternity, and the quest for a woman-friendly state-- 12. Emerging labor issues: equal pay for equal work, travail ... domicile, and women's right to work-- 13. 'The alpha and omega of our demands' - the women's suffrage campaigns heat up, 1906-1914-- Part IV. Anti-Climax: the Great War and its Aftermath: Quotations and introductory remarks-- 14. The Great War and the woman question-- 15. 'Half the human race': epilogue and conclusion-- Afterword-- Appendix: important dates for the woman question debates-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781316638408 20180326
Karen Offen offers a magisterial reconstruction and analysis of the debates around relations between women and men, how they are constructed, and how they should be organized, that raged in France and its French-speaking neighbors from 1870 to 1920. The 'woman question' encompassed subjects from maternity and childbirth, and the upbringing and education of girls to marriage practices and property law, the organization of households, the distribution of work inside and outside the household, intimate sexual relations, religious beliefs and moral concerns, government-sanctioned prostitution, economic and political citizenship, and the politics of population growth. The book shows how the expansion of economic opportunities for women and the drop in the birth rate further exacerbated the debates over their status, roles, and possibilities. With the onset of the First World War, these debates were temporarily placed on hold, but they would be revived by 1916 and gain momentum during France's post-war recovery.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781316638408 20180326
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49 pages ; 23 cm
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10. Dialogos Callejeros [2018]

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1 volume (unpaged).
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6 vols.
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220 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
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13. Eat Men and Women [2018]

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1 volume
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14. Ejes [2018]

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150 pages.
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xi, 76 pages ; 23 cm
A timely new edition of a pioneering work in Latino literature, National Book Award nominee Gary Soto's first collection (originally published in 1977) draws on California's fertile San Joaquin Valley, the people, the place, and the hard agricultural work done there by immigrants. In these poems, joy and anger, violence and hope are placed in both the metaphorical and very real circumstances of the Valley. Rooted in personal experiences-of the poet as a young man, his friends, family, and neighbors-the poems are spare but expansive, with Soto's voice as important as ever. This welcome new edition has been expanded with a crucial selection of complementary poems (some previously unpublished) and a new introduction by the author.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781452170138 20180430
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16. Eugene Onegin [2018]

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250 pages
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xii, 116 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Preface and acknowledgements
  • Early encounters with California's arboreal incognitum
  • The effective discovery
  • Drawn from nature
  • Lapham's drawing and Rey's lithograph
  • Dr. Albert Kellogg and the Giant Sequoia
  • William Lobb Giant Sequoia Expressman
  • First to Boston
  • Wellingtonia gigantea
  • Return in Boston
  • Appendix A : Dr. Albert Kellogg and Albert Kemble Kipps in San Francisco and Oakland directories
  • Appendix B : Addendum to the companion volume The Great California Tree-Farquhar No.2, number five, the 595 Broadway copy
  • References.
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18. Going to Gansu [2018]

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pages.
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19. Gravitaciones [2018]

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1 volume (unpaged).
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326 pages ; 25 cm
Prizewinning and bestselling writer Luis Urrea has written his Mexican coming-to-America story, his masterpiece. Destined to sit alongside other classic immigrant novels, THE HOUSE OF BROKEN ANGELS is a sprawling and epic family saga helmed by patriarch Big Angel that takes place over the weekend of the final birthday party he is throwing for himself at home in San Diego, occasioned by his imminent death at the hands of that familiar killer cancer. But when Big Angel's mother Mama America passes as the party nears, he must plan her funeral as well, and so decides to throw two family affairs in one weekend: a farewell double-header. Among the attendants is his namesake Little Angel, who flies in from Seattle to pay his respects and say his goodbyes, and comes face to face with the people with whom he shared a parent but as the weekend proceeds to remind him, not a life. This is the story of Big Angel and Little Angel, of what it means to be a Mexican in America, to have lived two lives across one border - and about the ravaging power of death to shore up the bits of life you have forgotten, whether by choice or not. A finely wrought portrait of this deeply complex family, THE HOUSE OF BROKEN ANGELS is purely Urrean: teeming with brilliance and humor, authentic at every turn - this novel cements Urrea as a master truth-teller of the Mexican-American experience.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780316154888 20180618
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