Kate Field (October 1, 1838 – May 19, 1896), born Mary Katherine Keemle Field, was an American journalist, lecturer, and actress, of eccentric talent.
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... Field, was educated in New England and in England, and prolonged her stay in Europe as correspondent of various American newspapers, writing also for magazines ... In 1889 she established Kate Field's Washington, a weekly journal published in the capital ... Kate Field never married ...
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“You cannot go into any field or wood, but it will seem as if every stone had been turned, and the bark on every tree ripped up. But, after all, it is much easier to discover than to see when the cover is off. It has been well said that the attitude of inspection is prone. Wisdom does not inspect, but behold.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Monogamy and prostitution go together.”
—J, U.S. prostitute. As quoted in Woman in Sexist Society, ch. 3, by Kate Millett (1971)