'The Sexes in Science and History' is a non-fiction book that examines a widely thought belief in the 19th century, which was that women were inherently inferior to men. The author, Eliza Gamble, sought to dismantle said beliefs and advocated the opposite: that the female organism was the more superior form, through her analysis of scientific writings and historical accounts.
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Eliza Burt Gamble
An inquiry into the dogma of woman's inferiority to man