Cicely Hamilton


Born
in London, England, The United Kingdom
June 15, 1872

Died
December 06, 1952


Cicely Mary Hamilton (born Hammill), was an English author and co-founder of the Women Writers' Suffrage League.

She is best remembered for her plays which often included feminist themes. Hamilton's World War I novel "William - An Englishman" was reprinted by Persephone Books in 1999.

She was a friend of EM Delafield and was portrayed as Emma Hay in "A Provincial Lady Goes Further."

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William - An Englishman

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Diana of Dobson's

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How the Vote Was Won

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Theodore Savage

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Marriage As A Trade

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Just to get married

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Life Errant

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A Pageant of Great Women

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Modern England as Seen by a...

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Modern Germanies

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“If and when our civilization comes to ruin, the destructive agent will be Science; man's knowledge of science, applied to warfare, meaning slaughter not only of human bodies, but of human institutions, of all we have created through the centuries.”
Cicely Hamilton

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