„The singular mission of the working woman is to fuse her feminine calling with her vocational calling and, by means of that fusion, to give a feminine quality to her vocational calling.“

Essays on Woman (1996), Fundamental Principles of Women's Education (1931)

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carmélite allemande d'origine juive, mystique, morte à Ausc… 1891 - 1942

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