by Leigh Eric Schmidt
Hardcover, 335 pages, Perseus Books Group, List Price: $28.95 |
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Traces the life of the nineteenth-century activist for women's rights and free speech, featuring her arrests for promoting progressive views about sexuality and her role as a case subject by an early Freudian scholar.
December 11, 2010 In a new biography of 1890s sexual activist Ida C. Craddock, Heaven's Bride, professor Leigh Eric Schmidt brings to light the life of the little-known "mystic, martyr, and madwoman."
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