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hierarchy of power in extended families tends to favor parents-in-law due to men’s obedience to their parents, the transfer of money to mothers, and consistent gender norms. 25 Analyzing the anthropological work of Harris, 26 Hegland 27 elaborates on the social conditions that a daughter-in-law

In: Central Asian Affairs

-grandchildren, and took partial responsibility for the family's clothing. In summer when the daughters-in-law worked in the fields, the two older women took over the care of the garden and the livestock. \; . ' ' But the hardest part of her life, Ekaterina Dorofeevna confesses to Nikolai Ivanovich, was keeping the

In: Russian History

teaching tool. The memoir section of this book allows the reader into aspects of private, intimate life often difficult for scholars to penetrate, whether the daughter-in-law/mother-in- law bond or the helplessness of wives before the debauchery of their husbands. In her own descriptions, Labzina exists

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies

capable of being foreseen and legislated for by a codifier of the conduct required by virtue, however wise and thoughtful he might be.”23 Iris Murdoch’s Daughter-in-Law Example In her famous daughter-in-law example Iris Murdoch illustrated this interac- tion between the perceptual and conceptual

In: Moralische Vortrefflichkeit in der pluralen Gesellschaft
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and daughter-in-law, Pawel and M a g d a l e n a Kloczowscy; it is arranged b y chapter and emphasizes works in English and French. Michael Ostling University o f Toronto Richard Butterwick. Poland's Last King and English Culture: Stanislaw August Poniatowski 1732-98. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1998

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies

o m e a w a y from the book knowing little about its ostensible subject matter. The b o o k ends with a very useful bibliographical essay by the author's son and daughter-in-law, Pawel and M a g d a l e n a Kloczowscy; it is arranged b y chapter and emphasizes works in English and French. Michael

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houses with many children have yrys ; the arrival of a new daughter-in-law into the house is also associated with yrys . To have children is the most important achievement in a person’s life, and this depends upon God’s will. Judakhin further mentions two Kyrgyz sayings, Y ryskysyz bala bolboit

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: "Greetings from Smen to my daughter- in-law. If you have not already remembered, you have malt; the rye malt is in the cellar, and you can take it. For the loaf of bread, there is as much meal as you need; take it accordingly. And the meat is in the hayloft. As for the ruble 23. Artsikhovskii (1955), No. 142

In: Russian History

HOUSEHOLD FORMATION AND DIVISION OVER TIME 181 terms sna or snaja. To a Serbian peasant the difference between daughter-in- law and sister-in-law is an unimportant distinction.1 7 There are two major exceptions to traditional patterns of marriage and resi- dence. Since World War II a number of men have

In: Southeastern Europe

representatives. One of the first followers was the aunt of Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, Hedwig of Silesia (1174-1243). 6 The Pi'emysl dynasty had not only Agnes of Bohemia (1205- 1282) but also her sister, Hedwig's daughter-in-law, Anne of Silesia (1203- 3. Albert Huyskens, ed., Quellenstudien zur Geschichte

In: East Central Europe