Emily's life changes as she joins the Suffragette movement to win votes for women. In a short period she learns much about life and politics, friendship and courage and has her first romance. A Question of Courage has been much praised as the best portrayal of a fascinating movement and was shortlisted for many prizes. A really compulsive read.
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Adapted from the novel by Marjorie Darke, this play tells the story of Emily and Louise, two young women from different backgrounds, as they are caught up in the attempt to win votes for women. The activity section allows exploration of women's rights and discusses life in prison. Total number of speaking parts: 32 (13 male; 19 female).About the Author:
Marjorie Darke comes from Birmingham, she now lives in Somerset with her husband and enjoys music, gardening and patchwork. Marjorie embarked on her writing career when she has children. A Question of Courage was shortlisted and highly commended for the Guardian Award and has been translated into many languages. Marjorie also writes extensively for young children.
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Book Description LIONS, 1978. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New Softcover, Satisfaction Guaranteed, International Shipping, Photos upon request. Bookseller Inventory # SKU0240955