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The feminine fifties Hardcover – January 1, by Fred Lewis Pattee (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Fred Lewis Pattee.
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FEMININE FIFTIES book OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages illustrations, facsimiles, plates, portraits 22 cm: Contents: Between two wars --El Dorado --The veda crop failure --Melville and Whitman --The second flowering of New England --The shadow of Dickens --English genius discovers the Yankee dollar --Females militant --"A dd mob of scribbling women" --The novel.
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Published init gave a pitch-perfect description of “the problem that has no name”: the insidious beliefs and institutions that undermined women’s 5/5(4). The Feminine Mystique provoked even wider outrage in its day. Even before the book came out, there were those who couldn’t stand it — within the very publishing house that ultimately produced it.
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When Betty Friedan's The Feminine Mystique was released init split the allegedly tranquil lives of the "greatest generation" in the one hand, American men were upset at Friedan's suggestion that their housewives could possibly want anything more than to see their children off safely to school, to take care of their husbands after a long day at work, and to keep their houses spotless.
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Inthe year she published “The Feminine Mystique,” Betty Friedan was living in Grand View-on-Hudson, New York, in an eleven-room house overlooking the river, with her husband, Carl, and.
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 InFriedan was asked to conduct a survey of her former Smith College classmates for their 15th anniversary reunion; the results, in which she found that many of them were unhappy with their lives as housewives, prompted her to begin.
With her book The Feminine Mystique (), Betty Friedan () broke new ground by exploring the idea of women finding personal fulfillment outside of their traditional roles.The The Feminine Mystique Community Note includes chapter-by-chapter summary and analysis, character list, theme list, historical context, author biography and quizzes written by .