Tag Archives: Margaret Bonfield

My review of “High Wages” Dorothy Whipple

  High Wages is set in 1912 and describes the lives of many young women of that era who had ¬†limited educational and career options. Jane Carter, the heroine of this novel, is a Northern young woman who has to … Continue reading

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Celebrate IWD;Maud Brown and the Hunger Marches

What does International Women’s Day mean in 2015? It seems like everyone from the banks to Radio Three can celebrate a day that is now largely devoid of its socialist feminist roots. But for me IWD should be a day … Continue reading

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