Title PIONEER WOMEN ORATORS: Rhetoric in the Ante-Bellum Reform Movement
Book Condition Fine, a stunningly fresh, as-new copy in silver-lettered chianti cloth shelfback over patterned boards, with chianti top edge tint; in a nearly fine, lightly age-toned (especially to spine panel) printed dust jacket with some minor nicking to spine crown.
Edition First edition, first printing.
Publisher New York: Columbia University Press, 1954.
Seller ID 46131.00
The background and the rhetorical foundation of speeches by 27 women orators between 1828 and 1861 who spoke out in a U.S. that had not yet recognized the right of women to say anything on public issues: Susan B. Anthony and Amelia Bloomer among them.
Speeches and Addresses. Women. Feminism. American History.