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note books of a woman alone

Mary Geraldine Ostle

note books of a woman alone

by Mary Geraldine Ostle

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Published by J.M. dent & sons, ltd. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Quotations, English.,
  • Women -- Quotations.

  • Edition Notes

    Part autobiography, part anthology in form.

    Statementedited by M. G. Ostle; introduction by Geraldine Waife.
    GenreQuotations.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ3.O849 No
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 303 [1] p.
    Number of Pages303
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6339795M
    LC Control Number36017329
    OCLC/WorldCa1836329

    The only dated entry in The Note Books was written prior to Wilson's employment at the agency. 16 One of the least responsible creatures on earth is the woman who has no child (through no fault of her own), no husband (because none sought her), no lover (because none came), no vote (because not legalized). The note books of a woman alone, Details. Ostle, Mary Geraldine. Note books of a woman alone. Part autobiography, part anthology in form. Add a review Tags. Add tags for "The note books of a woman alone,". Be the first.

    In she wrote to Woolf again, with praise for Three Guineas, and in this letter she identifies herself as the editor of The Note Books of a Woman Alone, "in which I tried to express some of the difficulties women labour under." She adds, "Your first book started it." (1). The story of two black women working as maids, living in s America when racial discrimination was prevalent, this book is a witty and humorous tale of these women taking up a covert project to Author: Ayushi Sareen.

      This hilarious book is full of double entendre and laughs. Wait until Brenda takes her beaver to the beach to swim! Woman Laughs Until She Cries Reading Children’s Book About Brenda’s Beaver. May 1, by Andrea 1 Comment. Andrea is a mom to four and the creator of both Andrea's Notebook and Sewtorial.   Reflections is a rare look into the inner life of a woman alone -- not only how she copes, but also how she recreates herself and reinvents her life. This is a book of comfort and hope. If Corinne Edwards can do it -- then, as her book shows, any woman can do it! And it's a great read!!5/5(5).


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Home; Introduction "A woman alone" M.G. Ostle and Geraldine Waife; Ostle's edition of The Note Books; Publication and reception; Editorial notes; Technical methodology; Text; Index; Wilson's entries; Appendices.

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