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The Future of Woman (A Lecture Delivered to the South Place Ethical Society, London February 14th, 1909)

Twentieth Century Press
15pp pamphlet, lacking the pink paper wrappers but the authors name, half title and a printed dedication to Olive Schriener have been clipped from the front wrapper and pasted to the head of the first leaf. The first page of the last leaf consists of the 'Exhortation' from the Church of England marriage ceremony as an example of women's subjugation to men., the last page is a poem by Gilman, the American writer and Suffragette, 'We As Women'. Gilman is quoted at length in Burrows lecture, though ironically he refers to her by the name she acquired during a short lived marriage to the artist Charles Stetson . This pamphlet is the first printing of Burrows influential lecture. The leaves have been neatly re-sewn in black cotton
A well preserved near FINE clean and tight copy (overs a little tanned, faint crease to top edge)
Ref. No.: 41938
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