Iš viso: 13,99 €
Work: A Story of Experience
Work: A Story of Experience
  • Išparduota
Work: A Story of Experience
Work: A Story of Experience
El. knyga: 13,99 €
Alcott's concerns about social justice, women's work, domesticity, and community lie at the heart of this provocative novel.In this story of a woman's search for a meaningful life, Alcott moves outside the family setting of her best known works. Originally published in 1872, Work is both an exploration of Alcott's personal conflicts and a social critique, examining women's independence, the moral significance of labor, and the goals to which a woman can aspire. Influenced by Transcendentalism a…
0
SKAITYTAKNYGA

Work: A Story of Experience | knygos.lt

Atsiliepimai

(3.69 Goodreads įvertinimas)

Formatai:

13,99 € El. knyga

Aprašymas

Alcott's concerns about social justice, women's work, domesticity, and community lie at the heart of this provocative novel.

In this story of a woman's search for a meaningful life, Alcott moves outside the family setting of her best known works. Originally published in 1872, Work is both an exploration of Alcott's personal conflicts and a social critique, examining women's independence, the moral significance of labor, and the goals to which a woman can aspire. Influenced by Transcendentalism and by the women's rights movement, it affirms the possibility of a feminized utopian society.

  • Kaina internetu: 13,99 €
Prisijunkite ir už šią prekę
gausite 0,14 Knygų Eurų!?

Elektroninė knyga:
Atsiuntimas po užsakymo akimirksniu! Skirta skaitymui tik kompiuteryje, planšetėje ar kitame elektroniniame įrenginyje.

Kaip skaityti el. knygas ACSM formatu?

Formatai:

13,99 €El. knyga

Alcott's concerns about social justice, women's work, domesticity, and community lie at the heart of this provocative novel.

In this story of a woman's search for a meaningful life, Alcott moves outside the family setting of her best known works. Originally published in 1872, Work is both an exploration of Alcott's personal conflicts and a social critique, examining women's independence, the moral significance of labor, and the goals to which a woman can aspire. Influenced by Transcendentalism and by the women's rights movement, it affirms the possibility of a feminized utopian society.

Atsiliepimai

  • Atsiliepimų nėra
0 pirkėjai įvertino šią prekę.
5
0%
4
0%
3
0%
2
0%
1
0%