7 edition of Imperial Women found in the catalog.
by Brill Academic Publishers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||492|
Roman history, like most history, is apt to represent women from an exclusively masculine standpoint. True, we know of two women writers who lived during the reign of Nero: the mysterious Greek Pamphyla, who published thirty-three books about Greek philosophy and Greek history, and Nero’s mother herself, the younger Agrippina, who—whether at her political zenith . Book Description. Imperial Leather chronicles the dangerous liaisons between gender, race and class that shaped British imperialism and its bloody dismantling. Spanning the century between Victorian Britain and the current struggle for power in South Africa, the book takes up the complex relationships between race and sexuality, fetishism and money, gender and violence, .
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Imperial Leather argues that the categories of gender, race and class do not exist in isolation, but in intimate relation to one another. Drawing on diverse cultural forms -novels, diaries, oral histories, poetry and advertising the book examines imperialism not only as a poetics of ambivalence, but as a politics of violence. In Imperial China (pre ) women were seen to be less than men, an object that served as slaves and prostitutes for men because the norm attitude towards women was that they were “deemed less useful or valuable than males” (Inong, ). This portrays that the common governmental structure that women were “subservient” (Vess, ).
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Imperial Woman is the fictionalized biography of the last Empress in China, Ci-xi, who began as a concubine of the Xianfeng Emperor and on his death became the de facto head of the Qing Dynasty until her death in Buck recreates the life of one of the most intriguing rulers during a time of intense Hsi was born into one of the lowly ranks of the Imperial dynasty/5().
Imperial Woman was a fascinating story of the Chinese Dowager Empress Cixi, or Tsu-Hsi as she's called in the book. Cixi joins the court of the Emperor as a concubine and manages to become the main influence over the Emperor, and eventually Empress - by means that are Imperial Women book ruthless, sometimes kind, but always with the goal in sight of /5.
From the Nobel Prize–winning author of The Good Earth: the New York Times–bestselling biography of Tzu Hsi, the concubine who became China’s last empress. In Imperial Woman, Pearl S. Buck brings to life the amazing story of Tzu Hsi, who rose from concubine status to become the working head of the Qing from a humble background, Tzu Hsi falls in love with /5().
In IMPERIAL WOMAN, she endeavors to give a true accounting of Tzu Hsi, the last Empress of China. Tzu Hsi was born into the lowest rank of the Imperial dynasty, but through her skill at manipulation, rose to power during the turbulent period of.
Women in Imperial China book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This accessible text offers a comprehensive survey of women's hist /5(9). Imperial Women by Buck, Pearl and a Imperial Women book selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Imperial Woman is a novel by Pearl S.
Buck first published in Imperial Woman is a fictionalized biography of Ci-xi (Tz'u Hsi in Wade-Giles), who was a concubine of the Xianfeng Emperor and on his death became the de facto head of the Qing Dynasty until her death in (before which the novel ends).
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Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. The Empress Dowager, as the Western world knew her, is the central figure of this enthralling biographical novel told with much more authority than in a synthetics novel of Forbidden City by.
From the Nobel Prize–winning author of The Good Earth: the New York Times–bestselling biography of Tzu Hsi, the concubine who became China’s last empress. In Imperial Woman, Pearl S. Buck brings to life the amazing story of Tzu Hsi, who rose from concubine status to become the working head of the Qing from a humble /5(15).
Imperial Woman by Pearl Buck, First Edition. You Searched For: Author/Artist etc.: pearl This is Pocket Book Edition # Fifth Printing dated August This is a book from the Saviteer collection of books with an ex-libris on the front endpaper. Bright red page edges.
Imperial Women. Buck, Pearl S. Published by Methuen, London. Imperial Woman is a novel by Pearl S. Buck first published in Imperial Woman is a fictionalized biography of Empress Dowager Cixi (Tz'u Hsi in Wade–Giles), who was a concubine of the Xianfeng Emperor and on his death became the de facto head of the Qing dynasty until her death in (before which the novel ends).
Plot Overview. Tzu Hsi is the story of the last Author: Pearl S. Buck. From the end of the Roman Republic to the death of the last Julio-Claudian emperor, portraits of women - on coins, public monuments, and private luxury objects - became an increasingly familiar sight throughout the empire.
These women usually represented the distinguished bloodlines of the head of the state, or his hopes for succession, but in every. The Imperial Cruise: A Secret History of Empire and War by James D. Bradley. This is a book that perhaps comes into the category of “revisionist history,” not because Bradley invents some obscure series of events or manipulates facts in a manner to convince the reader to adopt an ideologically flavored balloon of crud.
This remarkable novel fictionalises the extraordinary life of Tzu Hsi, the last Empress of China. I was utterly enthralled from start to finish. Chosen to be a concubine, she rose to become head of the Qing dynasty through her own intelligence, diligence and careful planning.
She studies determinedly to understand affairs of state and eventually. “A vital contribution to our knowledge and understanding of the lives of imperial women. Domina presents a nuanced assessment of the various forms of power and agency which women could wield and the ways in which Roman historians drew on gender ideologies both to praise and censure them.
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This is a collection of original essays which focuses on the causes, meanings and significance of female suicides in Ming and Qing China.
It is the first attempt in English-language scholarship to revise earlier views of female self-destruction that had been shaped by the May Fourth Movement and anti-Confucian critiques of Chinese culture, and to consider the matter of female suicide in.
Introduction. Imperial Woman is the fictionalized biography of the last Empress in China, Ci-xi, who began as a concubine of the Xianfeng Emperor and on his death became the de facto head of the Qing Dynasty until her death in Buck recreates the life of one of the most intriguing rulers during a time of intense Hsi was born into one of the lowly ranks of the.
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Diliana Angelova argues that from the time of Augustus through early Byzantium, a discourse of “sacred founders”—articulated in artwork, literature, imperial honors, and the built environment—helped legitimize the authority of the emperor and his family.
The discourse coalesced around the central idea, bound to a myth of origins, that imperial men and women .