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The Public Lives of Charlotte and Marie Stopes (Dramatic Lives) Hardcover – 1 May 2013


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'an important work of revisionary and feminist life-writing' Times Literary Supplement 'Green performs a valuable service in rescuing Charlotte Carmichael Stopes from the condescension of posterity, exploring her milieu of the late nineteenth-century women's movement, and positioning her better-known daughter Marie more firmly as very much a second-generation feminist. It provides illuminating insights into the shifts of focus between successive generations of feminism in the context of this specific mother-daughter relationship.' Lesley Hall, Wellcome Library 'Green has presented us with a wonderfully rich and yet utterly overlooked page in women's history. Henceforth no one can write about the woman's cause, Shakespeare's authorship or the professionalization of women without referring to the part played in those by Charlotte Carmichael Stopes.' Marysa Demoor, University of Ghent


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