But, looking at women as they are known in experience, it may be said of them, with more truth than belongs to most other generalisations on the subject, that the general bent of their talents is towards the practical.

"Though Rousseau," she observes, "has endeavoured to prevent women from interfering in public affairs, and acting a brilliant part in the theatre of politics; yet in speaking of them, how much has he done it to their satisfaction ! If he wished to deprive

Rural Africa
Home [Next >] [Last >>]
Index 1 of 2
Rural_Africa_01.jpg
Rural_Africa_02.jpg
Rural_Africa_03.jpg
Rural_Africa_04.jpg
Rural_Africa_05.jpg
Rural_Africa_06.jpg
Rural_Africa_07.jpg
Rural_Africa_08.jpg
Rural_Africa_09.jpg
Rural_Africa_10.jpg
Rural_Africa_11.jpg
Rural_Africa_12.jpg
Rural_Africa_13.jpg
Rural_Africa_14.jpg
Rural_Africa_15.jpg
Rural_Africa_16.jpg
Rural_Africa_17.jpg
Rural_Africa_18.jpg
Rural_Africa_19.jpg
Rural_Africa_20.jpg
Rural_Africa_21.jpg
Rural_Africa_22.jpg
Rural_Africa_23.jpg
Rural_Africa_24.jpg
Rural_Africa_25.jpg