By Patricia Hollis

Assembling an entire and entire choice of fabric which illustrates all facets of the emergent women’s flow in the course of the years 1850-1900, this interesting e-book will turn out priceless to scholars of 19th century social background and women's reports, to these learning the Victorian novel and to sociologists.


Women’s pamphlets and speeches, parliamentary debates and renowned journalism, letters and memoirs, royal commissions and the best studies, are all used to record the conflicting photos of ladies: ‘surplus ladies’ and the problem of emigration; women’s paintings and male hostility to it; the hole of schooling by means of Emily Davies; the declare to fairness at legislations; the assault at the sexual double ordinary, led via Josephine Butler; women’s public carrier from philanthropy – exemplified in a Mary wood worker or Louisa Twining or Octavia Hill – to neighborhood executive; and eventually women’s access into politics led by way of Lydia Becker.


The contents diversity from Caroline Norton on her conflict for baby custody within the 1830s to Annie Besant’s suggestion of the match-girl’s strike in 1888, and from W. T. Stead on baby prostitution to Mrs Humphrey War’s Appeal against woman suffrage in 1889.


The e-book was once initially released in 1979.

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