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Angels of Albion: Women of the Indian Mutiny Hardcover – 16 Sep 1996
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About the Author
Jane Robinson was born in Edinburgh, brought up in North Yorkshire and read English at Somerville College, Oxford. In the Family Way is her ninth book, and like her previous work, including the acclaimed Bluestockings (25,000 TCM) and A Force to Be Reckoned With: A History of the Women's Institute (8,000 TCM), it confirms her as one of our most engaging and original social historians. Jane lives near Oxford with her husband and two sons.
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Only another woman could have written this book. Robinson combines sympathy with a certain level of judgment of the actions and opinions of some of the participants in a straightforward way. She is unencumbered by the Victorian deference to women and current fear of radical feminism.
The selection of photographs-- current and historical-- and old wood cuts that accompany the text reflect great care and excellent judgment.
In all, an important addition to the field of Mutiny scholarship related in a very human way.