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" ... amidst the horrid yells, and shrilling screams, and frantic dances, and infamous contumelies, and all the unutterable abominations of the furies of hell, in the abused shape of the vilest of women. "
Reflections on the Revolution in France: And on the Proceedings of Certain ... - Página 73
por Edmund Burke - 1814 - 246 páginas
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Virtual Gender: Fantasies of Subjectivity and Embodiment

Mary Ann O'Farrell, Lynne Vallone - 1999 - 268 páginas
...mob] were slowly moved along, amidst the horrid yells, and shrilling screams, and frantic dances, and infamous contumelies, and all the unutterable abominations...hell, in the abused shape of the vilest of women." 7. This process was slowest in France, Habermas states, because for much of the century "the king largely...
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Gender and the Politics of History

Joan Wallach Scott - 1999 - 294 páginas
...attack on the French Revolution is built around a contrast between ugly, murderous sansculotte hags ("the furies of hell, in the abused shape of the vilest of women") and the soft femininity of Marie Antoinette, who escaped the crowd to "seek refuge at the feet of a...
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Culture, Society and Sexuality: A Reader

Richard Guy Parker, Peter Aggleton - 1999 - 504 páginas
...attack on the French Revolution is built around a contrast between ugly, murderous sansculotte hags ('the furies of hell, in the abused shape of the vilest of women') and the soft femininity of Marie Antoinette, who escaped the crowd to 'seek refuge at the feet of a...
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Virginia Woolf Icon

Brenda R. Silver - 1999 - 384 páginas
...Revolution, exemplified by the overthrow of the monarchy, as an unnatural spectacle, the work of " 'furies of hell, in the abused shape of the vilest of women' ": an "unnatural, feminine violence, a reversal of the natural order of strength and weakness; perhaps...
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Women's Political and Social Thought: An Anthology

Hilda L. Smith, Berenice A. Carroll - 2000 - 484 páginas
...train, were slowly moved along, amidst the horrid yells, and shrilling screams, and frantic dances, and infamous contumelies, and all the unutterable abominations...hell, in the abused shape of the vilest of women' (Page 106). Probably you mean women who gained a livelihood by selling vegetables or fish, who never...
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European Feminisms, 1700-1950: A Political History

Karen M. Offen - 2000 - 582 páginas
...train were slowly moved along, amidst the horrid yells, and shrilling screams, and frantic dances, and infamous contumelies, and all the unutterable abominations...hell, in the abused shape of the vilest of women. " 13 Though vivid, Burke's denunciation was hardly fair. There was a long tradition in France of women's...
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Gendering European History: 1780- 1920

Barbara Caine, Glenda Sluga - 2002 - 212 páginas
...return to Paris, 'moved along, amidst the horrid yells, and shrilling screams, and frantic dances and infamous contumelies, and all the unutterable abominations...hell, in the abused shape of the vilest of women' (Burke 1965 [1790]: 85). Burke's depiction of working women points to his support for monarchy and...
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Monk Lewis: A Critical Biography

David Lorne Macdonald - 2000 - 340 páginas
...in the Reflections, is urged on by 'the horrid yells, and shrilling screams, and frantic dances, and infamous contumelies, and all the unutterable abominations...hell, in the abused shape of the vilest of women' ( Writings 8:122) .just as Ambrosio's rape of Antonia is urged on by Matilda - who is either a fury...
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Rebellious Hearts: British Women Writers and the French Revolution

Adriana Craciun, Kari Lokke, Kari E. Lokke - 2001 - 414 páginas
...Burke describes the Frenchwomen who escorted Louis XVI from Versailles to imprisonment in Paris as "furies of hell, in the abused shape of the vilest of women" (cited in Anne K. Mellor and Richard E. Matlak, British Literature 1780-1830 [Ft. Worth: Harcourt Brace,...
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The Cambridge Companion to Mary Wollstonecraft

Claudia L. Johnson - 2002 - 314 páginas
...from Versailles back to Paris "amidst the horrid yells, and shrilling screams, and frantic dances, and infamous contumelies, and all the unutterable abominations...hell, in the abused shape of the vilest of women" (Reflections, 165). Wollstonecraft deflates Burke's display of outraged sensibility with a precise...
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