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The New Woman and Other Emancipated Woman Plays (Oxford World's Classics)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0192824279, Paperback)

Female emancipation and the much derided `New Woman' was a subject of immense fascination in the English Theatre of the 1890s. This collection includes two plays from the 1890s, Sidney Grundy's The New Woman (1894) and Arthur Wing Pinero's The Notorious Mrs Ebbsmith (1895), both much mentioned in recent ctiticism but neither available, until now. Also included are two of the livliest examples of the New Drama which emerged after the turn of the century, Elizabeth Robins's Votes for Women (1907) and St. John Hankin's The Women (1907) and St John Last of the De Mullins (1908).

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