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Marcel Stoetzle

and child! It is clear that this, hypothetically, would be the most desirable domestic life for the worker. It is interesting to see how in this early text of feminist theory the progressive aspects are mixed in with generally rather conservative ideas about gender roles: although the entire argument is for the equal education of women, the notion that the girls will receive ‘pretty bonnets’ and the boys books marks a fault-line in the argument. Next Tristan addresses a particularly divisive matter in the reality of working-class families then (and

in Beginning classical social theory