First published in 1901, this title lends insight into the position of English women in the workforce at the turn of the twentieth century. The conditions of women changed rapidly throughout the 1800s, leading to more varied choices in terms of career and lifestyle. However, this title also reveals the limited status of women even one hundred years ago, as Lyttleton urges that women must decide between a family life and a career. Women and Their Work will be of interest to students of Sociology, Women’s History, and Gender Studies.
1. Introductory 2. The Family 3. The Household 4. Philanthropic and Social Work 5. Professions 6. Recreation 7. Friendship
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