Marie Stopes

Marie Stopes

Paperback
ISBN13: 9780752442006
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Marie Stopes opened the first free birth control clinic in the British Empire and won international fame for her work. Drawing on family and personal letters and papers, a diary and Marie Stopes' unpublished novel, this book aims to throw light on the interweaving of the public and personal life of a fascinating and formidable woman.

Type Book
Number Of Pages 336
Item Height 194 mm
Item Width 19 mm
Item Weight 350 Gram
Product Dimensions 19 x 194 x 124
Publisher History Press Ltd
Format Paperback | 336

June Rose is the author of several biographies, including Elizabeth Fry, the nineteenth-century prison reformer and Modigliani, the twentieth-century Italian painter and Susan Valadon: Mistress of Montmartre. She lives in Highgate, London.