By A. Mansker

A repositioning of French women's fight for suffrage in the specific cultural panorama of the masculine honour process. even if activists demanded admission to the preferred ritual of the duel or publicly shamed males for his or her extramarital sexual behaviour, they appropriated extralegal honour codes to enact new civic and familial identities.

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