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Male Voices on Women's Rights: An Anthology of Nineteenth-Century British Texts Manchester

Abstract : In the context of the #metoo movement, some have expressed a long-running fear that feminism and the cause of women’s rights may enhance the opposition between men and women instead of bridging the gap between them, and create division instead of harmony. Martine Monacelli’s collection of texts written by men in favour of women’s rights could hardly have come at a better time to redefine the contours of the extent of men’s political engagement throughout the 20th century for women’s rights. The question of men and women’s equality is one that concerns everyone. Published in 2017, this collection is structured around four sections preceded by a preface and an introduction, written by Martine Monacelli, that frame the selected texts and provide information and landmarks that historicise these extracts.
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Martine Monacelli, Nicolas Boileau. Male Voices on Women's Rights: An Anthology of Nineteenth-Century British Texts Manchester. Martine Monacelli (ed.), Male Voices on Women’s Rights: An Anthology of Nineteenth-Century British Texts. Manchester, Manchester University Press, 2017, 209 p. ISBN: 978-1-7849-9277-4, 2018. ⟨hal-01957514⟩

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