Too brave, too brilliant or too unconventional? Whatever the reason, these women have all too often been written out of history - deemed 'too nasty' for their times. Their stories are presented here in a very entertaining book by Hannah Jewell. The subjects are collected into wonderful sounding groups such as 'Women who wrote dangerous things (according to men)' and 'Women who enjoyed wearing trousers and doing terrifying hobbies'. With a nod to the future this brilliant volume concludes with 'Your new revolutionary role models'.
Hardback book, 438 pages.
Measures 22 x 16 x 3.4cm.
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