Admirable, lucid... A splendid textbook (complete with chronologies of significant dates) that offers a competent overview of feminist protest in the Victorian era. It will be widely recommended for students of history and women's studies courses in higher education. -- Times Higher Education SupplementAn excellent, well-researched survey of the many fronts of feminist struggle for equality from 1850 to 1900... The thesis of this small useful book is that the aggressive activities of the well-known British suffragettes have obscured the significance of other areas of the feminist movement in the half-century before 1900. Philippa Levine's survey of Victorian feminism covers these neglected issues succinctly... A great asset to all courses on modern England and British feminism. -- American Historical Review
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Book Description Routledge, 1987. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 009173181X