Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s and Susan B. Anthony’s Proverbial Rhetoric Promoting Women’s Rights
1. “These are the times that try women’s souls”
The Multifaceted Rhetoric of the Women’s Rights Movement
2. “We were in every way suited to be yoke-fellows”
The Proverbial Partnership of Two Liberated Work-Horses
3. “It is a herculean job—but we propose to compass it”
The Letters as Proverbial Signs of Untiring Engagement
4. “What’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander”
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