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A Womans Place: Seventy Years in the Lives of Canadian Women Sylvia Fraser

A Womans Place: Seventy Years in the Lives of Canadian Women

Sylvia Fraser

Published 1997
ISBN : 9781550139105
Paperback
280 pages
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Extracts from Chatelaine. Introduction by Rona Maynard.In words and pictures culled from the magazines pages, A Womans Place records the female journey from tradition-bound helpmate to no-holds-barred heroine of her own life. Featuring more thanMoreExtracts from Chatelaine. Introduction by Rona Maynard.In words and pictures culled from the magazines pages, A Womans Place records the female journey from tradition-bound helpmate to no-holds-barred heroine of her own life. Featuring more than 140 black-and-white images, three color sections, and hundreds of articles by a virtual whos who of Canadian writers such as Barbara Amiel, June Callwood, Marian Engel, Robert Fulford, Michele Landsberg, Philip Marchand, Nellie McClung, and Beverley Slopen, A Womans Place ranges from the bedroom to the boardroom in a one-of-a-kind social history. It reveals who we were and who we have become.