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Bluestockingism
Bluestockingism Blue"stock`ing*ism, n. The character or manner of a bluestocking; female pedantry. [Colloq.]

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- A bluestocking is an educated, intellectual woman, originally a member of the 18th-century Blue Stockings Society from England led by the hostess and critic...
- Bluestocking (青鞜, Seitō) was a literary magazine created in 1911 by a group of five women: Haru Raichō Hirat****, Yasumochi Yoshiko, Mozume Kazuko, Kiuchi...
- A bluestocking is an educated, intellectual woman. Bluestocking or Bluestockings may also refer to: Bluestockings (bookstore), a feminist bookshop in...
- Bluestockings is a volunteer-supported and collectively owned radical bookstore, fair trade cafe, and activist center located in the Lower East Side of...
- Henrietta Maria Bowdler (1750–1830), commonly called Mrs. Harriet Bowdler, was an English religious author and literary expurgator, notably of the works...
- May 1700 – 15 April 1788) was an English artist, letter-writer, and bluestocking, known for her "paper-mosaicks" and botanic drawing, needlework and her...
- Bluestockings Reinventing the Feminine: Bluestocking Women Writers in 18th Century London Details on origin of term at World Wide Words Bluestocking Archive...
- Raicho Hirat****, the founder of the Seitō (Bluestocking) publication....
- women in early modern society'. Scholars dispute whether Chapone was a bluestocking—an 18th-century term for an educated woman who belonged to tight-knit...
- money." "Bluestocking", an educated, intellectual, or artistically accomplished woman: "Auntie Maud will never marry; she's a bluestocking." Sage-femme...
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