By Margaret Strobel
"[Western ladies and Imperialism] presents interesting insights into interactions and attitudes among western and non-western girls, customarily within the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. it really is a big contribution to the sphere of women’s stories and (primarily British) imperial historical past, in that a number of the essays discover difficulties of cross-cultural interplay which were heretofore ignored." ―Nancy repair Anderson
"A tough anthology within which a multiplicity of authors sheds new gentle at the waves of missionaries, 'memsahibs,' nurses―and feminists." ―Ms.
"... a long-overdue engagement with colonial discourse and feminism.... first-class essays..." ―The Year’s paintings in severe Cultural Theory
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