A Memoir of Anne Jemima Clough
This memoir tells the story of Anne Jemima Clough, a pioneering educator and women's rights advocate in nineteenth-century England. The book traces her life from her childhood as the daughter of a prominent family, through her education and teaching career, to her work as the first principal of Newnham College, Cambridge. With its insights into the challenges and triumphs of a remarkable woman, this book is an inspiring read for anyone interested in the history of education or women's rights.
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- Publisher: Legare Street Press
- Publish Date: Jul 18th, 2023
- Pages: 356
- Language: English
- Dimensions: 9.21in - 6.14in - 0.81in - 1.48lb
- EAN: 9781019854068
- Categories: • General• Women