6 edition of Water Drops from Women Writers found in the catalog.
October 28, 2001
by Southern Illinois University
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
Water and its multifaceted relationship to humans, as portrayed by a wide range of writers and photographers. Water links all aspects of our existence. From the politics of watersheds to the romance of turtles climbing up from the sea to the beaches, from Leonardo da Vinci to Octavio Paz, from death at a hot spring to the practicalities of liquidation, the writings in this collection reflect. Century British Women Writers in Special Collections March 21 - May 21, Smathers Library book, or, Progressive lessons from the natural history of a drop of water Drops of water: their marvelous and beautiful inhabitants displayed by the microscope by Catlow, Agnes, ?
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Water was one of the western classical elements the other being earth air and fire symbols. According to Kurt Seligmann's The History of Magic and the Occult (), the year was traditionally divided in two by the ancient people: spring-summer was the male season of the sun, warmth and dryness while autumn-winter was the female season of the moon, coolness and moisture because it was the wet. To write and publish a book, for many, is a once in a lifetime opportunity. For others, it always will be merely a dream. White Water Writers aims to make dreams come true through a fast-paced, white-knuckle, intensely focused week-long experience relying heavily on teamwork, communication and determined, inspired yet-to-be-published authors.
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he abuse of alcohol in the nineteenth century and its subsequent effect on women led many to write in support of temperance. My title reflects the tendency of these women to speak of their temperance writing as “water drops” because they promoted the drinking of water in place of alcohol.
Water drops from women writers: a temperance reader. Responsibility edited by Carol Mattingly. temperance writers protested physical and emotional abuse at the hands of men, argued for women's rights, addressed legal concerns, such as divorce and child custody, and denounced gender-biased decisions affecting the care and rights of children.
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All theslopelounge.com images are copyrighted and may not be copied / modified in any way. All other brand names & trademarks are owned by their respective companies. Catlow was one of a group of mid-Victorian-era women scientific writers who published mainly for children, helping to bring science education into the home.
As she said of her work in the preface to Drops of Water, her book on microscopy, "My experience and observations may be more genial to the beginner, than the scientific treatises of more able authors.". Get Visibility as a Sponsor of Women Writers, Women Books.
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