Molly Brown’s College Friends
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Woman in the Nineteenth Century
Ten Days in a Mad-House; or, Nellie Bly’s Experience on Blackwell’s Island.
Feigning Insanity in Order to Reveal Asylum Horrors. The Trying Ordeal of the New York World's Girl Correspondent.
A Wheel Within a Wheel: How I Learned to Ride the Bicycle, With Some Reflections by the Way
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Ten Girls From History
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Ten Years’ Exile
Memoirs of That Interesting Period of the Life of the Baroness De Stael-Holstein, Written by Herself, during the Years 1810, 1811, 1812, and 1813, and Now First Published from the Original Manuscript, by Her Son.
Woman and Labour
Olive Schreiner (1855-1920), South African author and feminist, and friend of Havelock Ellis and Eleanor Marx, was one of the
What a Young Wife Ought to Know
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