Women in the Literary Market 1800-1900

Writers Campaign for Women Suffrage
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This subscription page lists the names of working women—including writers—who have contributed written statements of support for women’s suffrage.

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National Society for Women's Suffrage. Opinions of Women on Women's Suffrage. London, 1879.
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early role models
entering the literary market
learned poets
getting into print
charlotte bronte and george eliot
sin and sensation
new women
L.T. Meade
the three volume format
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