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Notorious Victoria : The Life of Victoria Woodhull, Uncensored

Gabriel, Mary

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ISBN 10: 1565121325 / ISBN 13: 9781565121324
Published by Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, 1998
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A no-holds-barred biography about the woman Gloria Steinem called "the most controversial suffragist of them all." 372 pages, maroon, textured-paper-covered hardboards with black cloth spine, gilt print on spine, gold endpapers, B&W frontispiece plus lots of additional photos and a facsimile handwritten letter in the text. Boards are clean and straight, binding is tight, previous owner's short inscription on half-title page, text is otherwise clean and unmarked. Dust jacket has a colored (from B&W) full-front photo of Woodhull against a gold background, black spine with gold print and smaller color photo. DJ is not price-clipped (original price $24.95), has a small taped tear at the top spine, a few minor surfaces scratches, but no other chips or tears. Bookseller Inventory # B06774

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Title: Notorious Victoria : The Life of Victoria ...

Publisher: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC

Publication Date: 1998

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition:Very Good +

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

Edition: Stated First Edition

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She was the first woman to address the U.S. Congress, the first to operate a brokerage firm on Wall Street, and the first to run for president. She's the woman Gloria Steinem called "the most controversial suffragist of them all." In this extensively researched biography, journalist Mary Gabriel has written a comprehensive account of one of American history's most unusual and fascinating women, who, in an era of Victorian morality, was the loudest and most radical voice for women's equality. "One of the most controversial American women of the late nineteenth century springs to life in this study that leaves no stone unturned."--Publishers Weekly; "Deftly written biography . . . of a hell-raising visionary."--Mirabella; "A meaty slice of feminist history peppered with Victorian drama."--Civilization; "Remarkable . . . warrants a spot on every serious American history student's bookshelf."--Kirkus Reviews, pointer.

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Journalist Mary Gabriel hews more closely to the particulars of Victoria Woodhull's life than Barbara Goldsmith does in Other Powers, but in its more focused way her traditional biography is just as revelatory of larger issues in American society. Gabriel prompts new respect for the feminist who was so scandalous that she was erased from traditional feminist history. Woodhull was an intrepid go-getter who rose from a wooden shack in Ohio to a manor house in England, pausing along the way to become America's first female stockbroker (in 1870) and the first woman to run for president (in 1872).

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