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The Desire to be Free: Marica Nadlišek Bartol and the Young Intelligentsia at the Turn of the 20th Century

Irena Selišnik
Marta Verginella

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str. 101-120

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This article discusses the social network surrounding the first editor of the Slovenian women’s journal, Slovenka (1897-1902). The authors present the people who created Slovenka and the common interests that connected them. To establish this network, the correspondence to the editorial board of Slovenka and the correspondence of its editor, Marica Nadlišek, were analysed. In addition to these archival materials, the available correspondence of Slovenka’s contributors was examined. In this research, the emancipatory strategies used by the leading Slovenian women of the first of wave feminism in the Slovenian territory can be recognised. Furthermore, the research highlights aspects of the emotional culture and the concept of friendship that developed around the young and progressive part of Slovenian intelligentsia at the turn of the 20th century.

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journal Slovenka, Slovenian inteligentsia, feminism, correspondence of Marica Nadlišek, Russophile ideas

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