The Public Lives of Charlotte and Marie Stopes
The Public LIves of Charlotte and Marie Stopes' is the first substantial biographical study of Victorian writer and scholar Charlotte Stopes ever written. This book gives a narrative account of the lives and literary works of both Charlotte Stopes and her controversial daughter Marie Stopes. It explores the interplay between their public achievements and personal experiences with reference to the politics of gender, performance and the public stage in Britain 1860-1930.
British and Irish Literature