Standard Name: Lytton, Constance
Birth Name: Constance Georgina Lytton
Indexed Name: Constance Georgina Bulwer-Lytton
Styled: Lady Constance Georgina Lytton
Pseudonym: Miss Jane Warton
Apart from her warm and witty private correspondence, Times; she also published a pamphlet and a book about the same issues.is remembered as a writer solely in connection with her early-twentieth-century suffrage involvement, particularly her one-woman campaign to prove that the British government was treating political prisoners unequally according to their social rank or class status. She was a highly effective public speaker and a tireless writer of letters to the
Lytton, Constance. "No Votes for Women": A Reply to Some Recent Anti-suffrage Publications. A. C. Fifield, 1909.
Lytton, Constance. Letters of Constance Lytton. Editor Elizabeth Edith, Countess of Balfour, Heinemann, 1925.
Elizabeth Edith, Countess of Balfour, and Constance Lytton. “Preface, Introduction”. Letters of Constance Lytton, edited by Elizabeth Edith, Countess of Balfour and Elizabeth Edith, Countess of Balfour, Heinemann, 1925, p. v, xi - xv.
Lytton, Constance. Prisons and Prisoners. Heinemann, 1914.
Lytton, Constance. Prisons and Prisoners. Cambridge University Press, 2010, http://www.cambridge.org/series/sSeries.asp?code=CLOR.