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  • Paperback
  • 64 pages
  • The Confessions Of A Lost Dog (1867)
  • Frances Power Cobbe
  • English
  • 09 February 2017
  • 1437162894

About the Author: Frances Power Cobbe

Frances Power Cobbe 4 December 1822 5 April 1904 was an Irish writer who is known today as a social reformer, feminist theorist and pioneer animal rights activist.Born in Dublin, Cobbe founded the Society for the Protection of Animals Liable to Vivisection SPALV in 1875, the world s first organization campaigning against animal experiments, and in 1898, the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection BUAV , two groups that remain active Cobbe was a member of the executive council of the London National Society for Women s Suffrage and writer of editorial columns for London newspapers on suffrage, property rights for women, and opposition to vivisection.Cobbe s first work, published anonymously, was on The Intuitive Theory of Morals 1855 She travelled in the East, and published Cities of the Past 1864 , Criminals, Idiots, Women and Minors 1869 , Darwinism in Morals 1872 , and Scientific Spirit of the Age 1888.Under the influence of Theodore Parker, she became a Unitarian Wikipedia



10 thoughts on “The Confessions Of A Lost Dog (1867)

  1. says:

    This is a charming non canonical text concerned with the emotional bond forged between a woman and her dog Told from the perspective of the pomeranian, it anticipates Virginia s Woolf Flush A Biography publishedthan sixty years later Interesting tidbit I desperately wanted to include this text in my dissertation, but unfortunately my university library doesn t hold a copy Fortunately, they were able obtain it from another college I opened up the envelope to find a dainty little b This is a charming non canonical text concerned with the emotional bond forged between a woman and her dog Told from the perspective of the pomeranian, it anticipates Virginia s Woolf Flush A Biography publishedthan sixty years later Interesting tidbit I desperately wanted to include this text in my dissertation, but unfortunately my university library doesn t hold a copy Fortunately, they were able obtain it from another college I opened up the envelope to find a dainty little book tied up with a string to hold the fraying pages together Looking inside, there is a Victorian photograph of the pup in question who looks much different from the pomeranians of the twenty first century and on the opposite side is the year of publication in Roman numrals 1867 I just love old books

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