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  • The poor woman turned out to be in Petersburg, where she had gone with her divinity student, and where she had thrown herself into a life of complete emancipation.
  • His wife, Marfa Ignatyevna, had obeyed her husband’s will implicitly all her life, yet she had pestered him terribly after the emancipation of the serfs.
  • She is a student, dying to get back to Petersburg, to work for the emancipation of the Russian woman on the banks of the Neva.
  • But Grushenka had succeeded in emancipating herself, while she established in him a boundless belief in her fidelity.
  • The development of woman, and even the political emancipation of woman in the near future—that’s my ideal.
  • He had not even formed a definite idea of the fundamental principles of the reforms connected with the emancipation of the serfs, and only picked it up, so to speak, from year to year, involuntarily increasing his knowledge by practice.
  • Though I mention Tatyana, I am not at all for the emancipation of women.

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  • She was an emancipated 20th century woman pursuing her career.
  • In 1776, a committee of Quakers emancipated forty slaves, but authorities declared the act illegal.

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