The Life and Times of Stella Browne : Feminist and Free Spirit
by Lesley A. Hall
Editor: I.B.Tauris & Co. Ltd.
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This is the first full-length biography of radical reformer Stella Browne’s life, ideas and activities to overturn so many assumptions about the early twentieth century political and feminismStella Brown offers her biographer, a window on many neglected areas of twentieth-century history, and this context is vividly brought to life in this book.Lesley Hall’s biography explores the life and times of his education in Nova Scotia in his political learning and suffragism activist life in the 1900s through his internationalism and participation with Margaret Sanger Stella Browne and birth control and sex reform movements, his work in pacifist, communist and feminist circles in North America, the United Kingdom and continental Europe.Relationships with Rebecca West, Winifred Holtby, Havelock Ellist, Dora Russell and CKOgden are at the heart of the biographyBased on a vast and new research in primary sources in Great Britain, Europe and North America and on the writings of Stella Browne’s own copious (and diffused) writings, this biography gives as rounding off a portrait that it is possible of this lively and original woman, whose life and ideas are said to have been well before her time.
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