By H. G. Wells, Ray Bradbury, Alfred Hitchcock, Ambrose Bierce, M. R. James

Via Henry S. Whitehead, Hugh Walpole, H.G. Wells, Lord Dunsany, William Irish, John Collier, M.R. James, Ambrose Bierce , Elizabeth Bowen, Ray Bradbury, John Metcalfe, H.R. Wakefield, John Buchan, Alfred Hitchcock

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Aware that linking "women and children" in statutes prohibiting industrial exploitation frequently places women in a less competitive situation vis-a-vis men in the work force, Spencer tries to harmonize this concern with that of protecting women as potential mothers by approving legal protections for girls under 21. She also recognizes that the work of women cannot usually proceed in the same uninterrupted way as that of men. Their work in the home, though unrecognized while they are alive, is economically important and, moreover, she argues, their presence is vital for the development of the individuality of children.

More speaks explicitly out of a desire that his children, most of whom were female, all be well-educated. For Wollstonecraft and Mill, extensive social and educational reform is necessitated at least in part by the morally disastrous consequences that result from men's living intimately with intellectual inferiors. Putnam and Gilman add a unique dimension to this discussion. Both recognize that women's experience has rendered them generally unfit for social life. Unless she is forced to work, a woman leads an individualistic life.

Introduction 13 the opposite side are representatives of two quite different views: those who contend that either (1) women's rationality or (2) their function requires that they be educated differently. These three views can be found, in a representative way, in Wollstonecraft, Kant, and Rousseau, respectively. The interest of these readings is enhanced by the fact that Rousseau's position and arguments are analyzed and attacked with considerable care by Wollstonecraft. Plato, More, Wollstonecraft, Mill, Putnam, and Gilman propose that women should be educated in the same way as men.

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