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Way Stations by Elizabeth Robins (1913), Table of Contents

Way Stations by Elizabeth Robins (1913)

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Permission to publish this work by Elizabeth Robins in an electronic edition is granted by Mabel Smith, literary executor, Elizabeth Robins Estate. Hypertext Markup copyright Joanne E. Gates. Copy text is based on Dodd, Mead & Company edition of 1913, New York. Pagination and punctuation retained. See full disclosures and contact information in: Notes and Commentary.

T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S

BY THE SAME AUTHOR
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of other works,
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AUTHOR'S NOTE

I.

WOMAN'S SECRET

page 1

Published originally by the Garden City Press.

TIME TABLE: OCTOBER, 1905 - DECEMBER, 1906

18



II.

THE PRISONERS' BANQUET

page 28

Speech at the Savoy Hotel, December 11, 1906

TIME TABLE: DECEMBER, 1906 - JUNE, 1907

35



III.

THE FEMINISTE MOVEMENT IN ENGLAND

page 40

Published in Collier's Weekly, June 29, 1907

TIME TABLE: June, 1907 - MARCH, 1908

45



IV.

THE SUFFRAGE CAMP RE-VISITED

page 50

A lecture given at the Portman Rooms, London, March, 1908

TIME TABLE: MARCH - JUNE, 1908

74



V.

THE MEANING OF IT

page 79

An impression of the Great Hyde Park Demonstration,
published in the Daily Mail, June 22, 1908

TIME TABLE: JUNE - SEPTEMBER, 1908

82



VI.

AT NEWCASTLE TOWN HALL

page 86

September 1908

TIME TABLE: SEPTEMBER, 1908 - MARCH, 1909

92



VII.

SIGNS OF THE TIMES

page 99

Speech at the Queen's Hall, London, printed in Votes for Women, March, 1909

TIME TABLE: MARCH - MAY, 1909

111



VIII.

TO THE WOMEN WRITERS' SUFFRAGE LEAGUE

page 114

At the Waldorf Hotel, London, May 4, 1909

TIME TABLE: MAY - JULY, 1909

120



IX.

THE HUNGER STRIKE

page 125

Letter published in the Westminster Gazette, July 21, 1909

TIME TABLE: JULY 22 - DECEMBER 3, 1909

129



X.

WHY

page 138

Published in Everybody's Magazine, December, 1909, New York;
in Votes for Women, London,
and as a pamphlet by the Women Writers' Suffrage League.

TIME TABLE: DECEMBER, 1909 - MAY, 1910

196



XI.

SHALL WOMEN WORK?

page 201

A lecture given at St. James Hall, London,
and here reprinted by permission of the Fortnightly Review.
It also was published by the Metropolitan Magazine, New York

TIME TABLE: MAY - AUGUST, 1910

225



XII.

MR. PARTINGTON'S MOP

page 228

Votes for Women, August 12, 1910

TIME TABLE: MAY, 1911

239



XIII.

THE WOMEN WRITERS AT THE CRITERION

page 243

May 23, 1910

TIME TABLE: JULY, 1910 - JUNE, 1911

251



XIV.

COME AND SEE

page 262

The Coronation Suffrage Pageant, reprint from the
Westminster Gazette of June 16, 1911

TIME TABLE: JUNE 16 - OCTOBER, 1911

269



XV.

AT CROWBOROUGH, SUSSEX

page 271

October 23, 1911

TIME TABLE: OCTOBER, 1911 - MARCH 7, 1912

275



XVI.

LETTERS TO THE TIMES

page 288

March 7, 1912

TIME TABLE: MARCH 5-22, 1912

292



XVII.

THE PERFIDY OF SYMPATHIZERS

page 295

Votes for Women, March 22, 1912

TIME TABLE: MARCH 22-28, 1912

301



XVIII.

AT THE ALBERT HALL

page 304

Speech, March 28, 1912

TIME TABLE: MARCH 28 - APRIL, 1912

312



XIX.

SERMONS IN STONES

page 317

Reprinted by permission of the Contemporary Review

TIME TABLE: APRIL - JUNE, 1912

331





XX.

THE ALBERT HALL SPEECH

page 339

June 15, 1912

IN CONCLUSION

349

Printed under the title,
Woman's War, [NOTE]
by McClure's Magazine, March, 1913



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