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EMPTY WITHOUT YOU: The Intimate Letters Of Eleanor Roosevelt And Lorena Hickok

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"Empty Without You: The Intimate Letters of Eleanor Roosevelt and Lorena Hickok" unveils the profound bond between Eleanor Roosevelt, a towering figure in the fight for gender equality, and Lorena Hickok, a pioneering Associated Press reporter. Edited by a notable historian, this collection of over three hundred letters spans more than three decades, offering an unprecedented glimpse into their enduring friendship and mutual influence during pivotal moments in history. Published on October 9, 1998, the book not only chronicles an intimate dialogue between two influential women but also serves as a vital artifact in understanding the complexities of gender roles and relationships within the socio-political context of their time. Ideal for adult education settings, this narrative invites readers to explore themes of love, identity, and societal expectations, prompting a deeper understanding and appreciation of the challenges and triumphs faced by women in their quest for equality. This compilation encourages critical reflection on how personal relationships can intersect with and influence public life and social reforms.
Published by Free Press on October 9, 1998
336 pages
ISBN: 9780684849287
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