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Rogers, Juliette; Rogers, Barbara Radcliffe. Los Angeles : Price Stern Sloan. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
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Juliette passed away on month day 1975, at age 90 at death place, Tennessee. Juliette (Julienne) Rogers (born Côté) was born on month day 1915, at birth place, to Edouard Côté and Marie Calixte Côté (born Ouellette). Photos of Juliette Rogers (born Baker). Documents of Juliette Rogers (born Baker). Julette Rogers 1886 North Carolina Julette Rogers in 1930 United States Federal Census. Julette Rogers was born circa 1886, at birth place, North Carolina. Julette married William H Rogers. Edouard was born on June 9 1870, in St-Ulric, Québec, Canada. Marie was born on May 8 1874, in Chicoutimi, Qué.
Juliette Rogers is a writer, gardener, and master crafter. Her family manages a small farm and herb shop in New Hampshire. One fee. Stacks of books.
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In Career Stories, Juliette Rogers considers a body of largely unexamined novels from the Belle Époque that defy the usual categories allowed the female protagonist of the period. While most literary studies of the Belle Époque (1880–1914) focus on the conventional housewife or harlot distinction for female protagonists, the heroines investigated in Career Stories are professional lawyers, doctors, teachers, writers, archeologists, and scientists. Career Stories seeks to understand early twentieth century France by examining novels written about professional women, bourgeois and working-class heroines, and the particular dilemmas that they faced.
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