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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Women and Men, I. Introductory. (search)
e whole audience as if it were a parliament, or, in the phrase then familiar, a diet: Fair English Diet, then, Senate of ladies, lower house of men, I humbly pray, decree before you go. This was in 1671, the author being little starch Johnny Crowne; as Lord Rochester called him, from his starched neck-cloth. Crowne was born in Nova Scotia; and it is curious that even at that early day this continent should have begun to supply England with the seeds of social heresy on the woman questiCrowne was born in Nova Scotia; and it is curious that even at that early day this continent should have begun to supply England with the seeds of social heresy on the woman question. In these days the joint phrase Men and women has thoroughly established itself, and needs no further vindication; and if I reverse it, putting women first, it is with no revolutionary design, although for a definite purpose. It is all very well, said Danton, in the French Revolution, so long as people cry Danton and Robespierre! It is when they begin to cry Robespierre and Danton! that I must look to my safety. In saying Women and men it is only implied that these papers are addressed
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Women and Men, Index. (search)
l, J. G., quoted, 110. Coleridge, S. T., 195, 302. College towns, life in, 48. Conway, M. D., 129. Cookery-books, 13. Co-operation in business, 148. Copley, J. S., 50. Corneille, Pierre, 87. Cornell University, 288. Coulanges, F. de, 45. Counterparts, 68. Country weeks ald city weeks, 34. Cowper, William, 19. Craddock, C. E. See Marfree, M. N. Creator of The home, the, 28. Cross, M. A. (George Eliot), quoted, 78. Also 88, 158, 249, 252, 260, 263, 290. Crowne, Johnny, 5. D. Dabney, Charles, 170. Danton, G. J., 6. D'Arblay, Madame, 157. Darwin, Charles, quoted, 99. Also 23, 308. Darwin, Dr., Erasmus, 114. Daughters of Toil, The, 70. Davidson sisters, the, 289. De Quincey, Thomas, quoted, 110. Defoe, Daniel, 285. Dibdin, Charles, quoted, 278. Dickens, Charles, quoted, 94, 195. Also 109, 285. Diderot, Denis, 178. Dinner, difficulties of the, 240. Dix, Dorothea, 20. dolls, the discipline of, 264. Domestic service, 1