The suffragette movement in H.G. Wells’s Ann Veronica and May Sinclair’s The Tree of Heaven

Brygida Pudełko
The suffragette movement in H.G. Wells’s Ann Veronica and May Sinclair’s The Tree of Heaven In H.G. Wells’s Ann Veronica (1909), the eponymous heroine embraces new womanhood and a range of feminisms in her search for life. Ann Veronica attends suffrage and other radical meetings in London once she has left her father and home in order to “live”. She is arrested during a raid on the House of Commons, while trying to defend an...
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