edited by Marie Mulvey Roberts and Tamae Mizuta ; and introduced by Marie Mulvey Roberts
First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
The Educators: Female Education 492pp Essays on Various Subjects, Principally Designed for Young Women  Hannah More 220pp A Plan for the Conduct of Female Education in Boarding Schools  Erasmus Darwin 126pp Female Accomplishments, Masters and Governesses in Practical Education  Maria Edgeworth 36pp Some Account of a Proposed New College for Women  Women in the Universities of England and Scotland  Emily Davies 25pp, 42pp The Education of Girls: its Present and its Future  Elizabeth C Wolstoneholme-Elmy 41pp Relation of School to Work in Work and Play in Girls' Schools  Dorothea Beale 7pp Volume 2: The Workers: Women and Labour 706pp "Educated Destitution" from Essays on Women's Work  Bessie Rayner Parkes 8pp Medicine as a Profession for Women  Sophia Jex-Blake 44pp A Working Woman's Speech Clementina Black 8pp Marriage as a Trade  Cecily Hamilton 263pp Women and Labour  Olive Shreiner 276pp The Working Life of Women  B L (Elizabeth Leigh) Hutchins 22pp The Married Working Woman: A Study  Anna Martin 49pp Volume 3: The Suffragists: Towards the Vote479pp The Political Disabilities of Women  Lydia Becker 33pp Liberty, Equality and Fraternity
a Reply to Mr fitzjames Stephen's Sticture on the subjection of Women  Lydia Becker 29pp The Women's Suffrage Movement  Emily Davies 15pp Women's Suffrage: A Short History of a Great Movement  Millicent Fawcett 92pp The ABC of Votes for Women [1909-1910] Marion Holmes 13pp The Future of the Womne's Movement  Helena Swanwick 226pp The Latest Intelligence from the Planet Venus  Anon 10pp Volume 4: The Rebels: Irish Feminists376pp Letter to the editor of The Crisis  15pp Letter by Vlasta  29pp A Letter from Anna Wheeler  6pp Anna Wheeler An Address to Both Houses of Parliament for the Suppression of Old Women of both Sexes  Rosina Bulwer Lytton 18pp A Hibernian Tale  Maria Edgeworth 33pp The Bondage of Women  19pp Irish Leaders and Martyrs  5pp Lady Jane Wilde Extracts from Women, Ideals and the Nation  Constance Markievicz 3pp Why I became a Suffragette  Charlotte Despard 8pp Women and Politics: A Reply  Eva Gore-Booth 8pp Prisoners in the Free State  How We Beat the Terrorist Proclamation Must we Fight Again for Ireland's Honour? An Phoblacht  Maud Gonne McBride 6pp, 5pp, 4pp The Tale of a Great Sham Ann Parnell 157pp Volume 5: The Opponents: The Anti-Suffragists562pp Queen Victoria and Women's Rights [1909-1910] Anon 1pp Suffrage Fallacies - Sir Almoroth Wright on "Militant Hysteria"  14pp The Unexpugated Case Against Woman Suffrage  Sir Almroth Wright 100pp, Woman or Suffragette?  Marie Corelli 40pp The Fraud of Feminism  Ernest Belford Bax 179pp BAnti-Suffragist Anxieties  Bertrand Russell 26pp Is Woman Suffrage Inevitable  Mrs Humphry Ward 2pp The "Physical Force" Fallacy  Laurence