The First Voice of Australian Feminism: Excerpts from Louisa Lawson's the Dawn, 1888-1895
Olive Lawson, Louisa Lawson
Simon & Schuster Australia, 1990 - Australia - 363 pages
A selection of writings from the first Australian journal which actively campaigned for women's rights. Collated, introduced and annotated by Louisa Lawson's great-granddaughter. Excerpts include miscellaneous articles, correspondence, poems and short stories, and household hints.
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