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The Australian actress who became one of London's most famous suffragistsDiscover the most inspiring woman you've never heard of In 1909 a young Australian actress made headlines around the world when she took to the sky over London in an airship emblazoned with the slogan 'Votes for Women' and dropped leaflets over the city Muriel Matters was dubbed 'tha I borrowed this book because I read an enthusiastic review at the Newtown Review of Booksbut it didn't uite hit the mark for me and I'm returning it to the library after reading up to p115 I think that part of the reason was because I had already read Clare Wrights You Daughters of Freedom The Australians Who Won the Vote and Inspired the World and I already knew a fair bit about Muriel Matters and her work in supporting the suffragettes in the UK Readers who don't know her story will probably enjoy it much than I did I haven't rated the book because I don't rate books I haven't finished

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Miss Muriel MattersIsts of her day her skill as an orator drawing crowds in their thousandsSo why is the remarkable Muriel Matters a relative unknown in both Britain and her home country? In Miss Muriel Matters bestselling writer Robert Wainwright discovers an extraordinary woman full of intelligence passion and bravery who fought for women's rights in a world far from eual A lot of historical research has clearly gone into piecing together Miss matters life but I was sometimes uncertain about the tone of the biography Every chapter seemed to excitedly start with a new character which by the end was exhausting The overwhelming embellishment of how brilliant her life was was wearing Her life sounded bloody hard and maybe those challenges could have been acknowledged a bit and some historical context about other women's roles at the time could have helped paint a broader picture of this?or outlined how she lived a bit better or how did she finance her existence?