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Author Name    Engel, Barbara Alpern

Title   Mothers and Daughters - Women of the Intelligentsia in Nineteenth-Century Russia

Publisher    Cambridge University Press 1983

ISBN Number    0521251257 / 9780521251259

Seller ID   003150

8vo pp x, 230, cloth covers are fairly bowed, otherwise a very good hardback copy in dustwrapper.

FEMINISM. WOMEN;S STUDIES. WOMEN POLITICS. SOVIET UNION. RADICALISM. HISTORY. RUSSIAN

Price = 10.00 GBP


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