About this item
All pages are clean and intact. Book is largely undamaged. A minimal amount of wear and a tear close to the fore edge on the dust jacket.
Maude Royden was a suffragist, socialist, pacifist, lay preacher and campaigner for the ordination of women. She made her name before the Great War as the most eloquent speaker in the non-militant suffrage body, the NUWSS. Trying at best to fulfil her vocation as a preacher, if not as a priest, she worked for many years as a minister with her own congregation and her own church. This book charts the life and career of Maude Royden, highlighting the complex interplay between feminism and religion in turn-of-the-century Britain.
- Fletcher, Sheila
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- Basil Blackwell
- Maude Royden : A Life
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