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Women's Work by Elizabeth Wayland Barber
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Jul 16, 2007

it was amazing
bookshelves: nonfiction

One of the most interesting books I've ever read, although I'm sure it won't sound that way when I describe it. It's a discussion of weaving and its relation to women's historical roles. The two are interconnected in some complicated and fascinating ways. I borrowed a copy from my school library a few years ago because I'd heard it was a good read, and actually need to get one of my own now so I can reread it sometime soon.
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