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Fenwomen

a portrait of women in an English village

by Mary Chamberlain

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Published by Routledge & Kegan Paul in London, Boston .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Gislea (Cambridgeshire),
  • England,
  • Cambridgeshire.
    • Subjects:
    • Women -- England -- Gislea (Cambridgeshire) -- Social conditions.,
    • Villages -- England -- Cambridgeshire.,
    • Gislea (Cambridgeshire) -- Rural conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesFen women.
      StatementMary Chamberlain.
      SeriesHistory workshop series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ1600.G5 C52 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination186 p., [16] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages186
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3167451M
      ISBN 100710095678
      LC Control Number83009480

      Mary Chamberlain has lived and worked in England and the Caribbean, and is Emeritus Professor of History at Oxford Brookes University. Her book, Fenwomen, was the first to be published by Virago Press in Since then she has written many books on women's history, oral history and Caribbean history. Apr 01,  · The Hidden is a book that I unreservedly recommend. It is written with a great depth of feeling and the subject has been well researched. 💜🧡💛 THE AUTHOR: Mary Chamberlain is a novelist and historian. Her book Fenwomen was the first book to be published by Virago Press in Reviews: 1.

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She has written many books on subjects including women’s history, oral history, and Caribbean history. Advance praise for The Dressmaker’s War 4/5(6).

Fenwomen by Mary Chamberlain is a classic work of oral history. It was the first book by the feminist publisher Virago Press in Fenwomen is a unique documentary of women's lives in the village of Isleham in the Cambridgeshire Fens.

It tells the story of “women as labourers and labourers’ wives, whose daily toil for the survival of themselves and their families had never been.

Mary Chamberlain’s first book, the highly acclaimed FENWOMEN, was also the first to be published by Virago Press inand was the inspiration for Caryl Churchill’s award winning play Fen.

You can find out more on this novel, and on all her non-fiction work, as well as reading blogs and other articles by following the links on the website.

Highly regarded as one of the pioneers of oral history, Mary Chamberlain has authored six non-fiction works, and edited, or co-edited, a further five. FENWOMEN. A PORTRAIT OF WOMEN IN AN ENGLISH VILLAGE, the first book to be published by the Virago Press inwas described as ‘a strong and moving book’ (Ann Cornelisen.

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About this book. Fenwomen A vivid social and oral history of an isolated village in the Cambridgeshire Fens, providing a unique portrait spanning years, through the voices of the women who lived there. First published inthis was Virago's first non-fiction book, and it is now republished as a fine collector's edition, with a photographic essay by Justin Partyka and new introduction.

Mary Chamberlain is an historian, emeritus professor of Caribbean history at Oxford Brookes University, and a novelist.

Her first book, Fenwomen: a portrait of women in an English village, was also the inaugural book of Virago Press, with whom she went on to publish Old Wives’ Tales: their history, remedies and spells (), Growing Up In Lambeth () and (ed.) Writing Lives ().

Mary Chamberlain is the author of popular and academic histories of both Britain and the Caribbean. Her book, Fenwomen, was the first to be published by Virago Press inand was the basis for Caryl Churchill's award-winning play, Fen.

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She has written many books on women's history, oral history and Caribbean history. She is a graduate of the acclaimed Creative Writing MA at Royal Holloway, University of London.Apr 01,  · on this Book Other Available Editions.

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