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Scand 367 5.7.10 Study Guide for Test 2, 11 May 2010. 1. Women’s voices in the early 20th century: What distinguishes Moa Martinson’s novel of 1933? Helga Maria Swartz (Moa Martinson) Follows two young women, both victims of sexual abuse, as they become friends and determine to gain for themselves and their children the rights and opportunities usually denied women, and especially poor women. Who are the main characters in Women and Apple Trees ? Mother Sofi (mother of 15 children who marries up) Fredricka: friend to mother sofi who bathes with her Sally: Mother Sofi’s illegiamate child Ellen:Friedricka’s niece who befriends sally. 2. Sexual Ed.: Name a few strong radical voices of the early 20th century. Alette Jacobs: opened birth control clinic in Amsterdam already in 1882 Marie Stopes: Mother’s clinic in London for married women who sought contraception and sexual hygiene Margaret Sanger : first birth control clinic in new York (1916) reopened in 1921 becoming planned parenthood Who was Elise Ottesen-Jensen?
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2010 for the course SCAND 367 taught by Professor Dubois during the Spring '10 term at University of Washington.

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