Great Englishwomen

      Great Englishwomen
Margaret Bertha Synge 1861 1939 was a British author of books for children at the end of the nineteenthand beginning of the twentieth century Her works include Cook s Voyages 1892 , The Story of Scotland 1896 , A Child of the Mews 1897 , A Book of Scottish Poetry edited 1897 , Brave Men and Brave Deeds 1898 , A Helping Hand 1898 , Life of Gladstone 1899 , The Queen s Namesake 1899 , Life of General Charles Gordon 1900 , The Story of the World for the Children of the British Empire 5 vols., 1903 , The Struggle for Sea Power 1903 , The Awakening of Europe 1903 , The World s Childhood Stories of the Fairies Simply Told 2 vols., 1905 , A Short History of Social Life in England 1906 , Molly 1907 , Martha Wren A Story of Faithful Service 1908 , The Great Victorian Age for Children 1908 , Great Englishwomen 1911 , A Book of Discovery 1912 , Simple Garments for Children 1913 , Simple Garments for Infants 1914 , The Reign of Queen Victoria 1916 and The Story of the World at War 1926. Read Great Englishwomen –

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  • Paperback
  • 100 pages
  • Great Englishwomen
  • Margaret Bertha Synge
  • English
  • 03 November 2018
  • 1409918572

10 thoughts on “ Great Englishwomen

  1. Hristina Ivanova says:

    I liked the book as I m a fan of Synge s style However, like other reviewers before me, I was quite surprised that so many famously great English women were absent from the list With that said, I do believe it was the author s idea to highlight the stories of some of the not so popular ladies who did a great job or of whom history hasor less forgotten.Also, a fun fact is that I finished a book about brave and acc...

  2. Renee says:

    I think this book was a very good and ambitious idea especially considering the time period it was written in, but one can t help notice that there are quite a few great englishwomen that were not included i.e Queen Elizabeth I, Queen Victoria I find it very odd that these women would be left out, but other little known women were put in to the book including Angelica Kauffman who wasn t even English I suppose her idea was to write about non nobles, but if that was the case she would ha I think this book was a very good and ambitious idea especially considering the time period it was written in, but one can t help notice that there...

  3. Janelle says:

    Interesting history book for children written about 100 years ago The author stretched the definition of English somewhat, and her chronology was confusing at times But I still enjoyed learning history I knew little about I listened to the Librivox audio edition, which had a very capable narrator.

  4. Wendy Denham says:

    This book gave an insight into many female historical figures I would recommed this book to everyone who is studying history be it male or female as it will tell you a few unknown facts This book should be on the curriculum in all schools.

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