An Anti-Suffragist or The Other Side

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H.M. Paull edited by Naomi Paxton

DOI: 10.5040/9781408176573.00000054

A monologue about an inexperienced young woman, An Anti-Suffragist or The Other Side is a clever monologue describing the growing incomprehension of a critic of the Suffragette movement as she struggles to undersand why she was against votes for women in the first place.

Described in her introduction by Naomi Paxton as ‘charming, clever . . . a fantastic monologue for an actress, full of character, well written and enjoyable to play’, An Anti-Suffragist or The Other Side was first published by the Actresses’ Franchise League (AFL) in 1910.

From The Methuen Drama Book of Suffrage Plays

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Bloomsbury Publishing

H.M. Paull edited by Naomi Paxton

ISBN: 9781408176580

Series: Play Anthologies

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