La Fronde, The First Daily Paper Produced For Women By Women. (1900). A rare original article from The Strand Magazine, 1900. Dolman Frederick.
La Fronde, The First Daily Paper Produced For Women By Women. (1900). A rare original article from The Strand Magazine, 1900.
La Fronde, The First Daily Paper Produced For Women By Women. (1900). A rare original article from The Strand Magazine, 1900.
La Fronde, The First Daily Paper Produced For Women By Women. (1900). A rare original article from The Strand Magazine, 1900.

La Fronde, The First Daily Paper Produced For Women By Women. (1900). A rare original article from The Strand Magazine, 1900.

London: Strand Magazine, Newnes, 1900. First Edition. Disbound. Very Good Condition. Item #258043

La Fronde (The Sling) was a French feminist newspaper, published by Marguerite Durand (1864â€"1936). Durand, a well known actress and journalist, used her high-profile to attract notable Parisian women to contribute articles to her newspaper, which was the first of its kind in France to be run, written, and printed entirely by women. The provocative title of the publication refers to the 1648â€"1653 Fronde rebellion against the monarchy in France. The paper gave wide coverage to feminist issues and profiled such things as Jeanne Chauvin's demand that the French government grant her the right to practice law and Madeleine Pelletier's argument for her right to become a psychiatrist. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or an offprint. Size: Octavo (standard book size). 6 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Strand Magazine; Special Interest; Featured; Inventory No: 258043.

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