Moscow Women: Thirteen Interviews ePub download
by Carola Hansson
- ISBN: 0394714911
- ISBN13: 978-0394714912
- ePub: 1623 kb | FB2: 1891 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Social Sciences
- Publisher: Pantheon (April 12, 1983)
- Pages: 194
- Rating: 4.1/5
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Two Swedish feminists managed to interview 13 Soviet women in Moscow in 1978 . the book's most sobering lesson.
Two Swedish feminists managed to interview 13 Soviet women in Moscow in 1978, and get their tapes out; to their dismay, none of the interviewees perceived the contradiction between women's official parity and their manifest inequality (lower-status occupations or positions, lower pay, primary responsibility for home-making), and all saw women's role as inherently different from men's. One way or other, there's much to reflect upon here. Pub Date: May 16th, 1983.
Hansson's first novel, Det drömda barnet (The Dream Child) was published in 1983, presenting the feelings of fear and longing she experienced in childhood and which typify her later works, especially Pojken från Jerusalem (1986), De två trädgårdarna (1989) and Resan till det blå huset (1991).
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In the same way that the Soviet worker was freed from bourgeois exploitation, so the Soviet woman was emancipated sexually, politically, and economically.
Moscow WOMEN Thirteen Interviews by Carola Hansson and Karin Liden. Trans- lation by Gerry Bothmer, George Blecher and Lone Blecher. In the same way that the Soviet worker was freed from bourgeois exploitation, so the Soviet woman was emancipated sexually, politically, and economically. The Russian Code of 1918 allowed for civil marriage and easy divorce. The republic codes of 1926, while making some adjustments, continued this liberal marriage and divorce policy.
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by Carola Hansson, Karin Lidén. Library descriptions. This series of interview-essays, done during the waning years of the Soviet Union, provides an intimate and very personal look at societal and personal ramifications of the Soviet Union's policies, culture, and ultimate mismanagagement. However, with all the difficulties and even indignities endured by the women portrayed, the pride, determination and quiet strength of these women comes through loud and clear. Excellent resource for the study of the Soviet Era in particular as well as Women's Studies in general.