Standard Name: Pankhurst, Sylvia
Birth Name: Estelle Sylvia Pankhurst
, socialist feminist, was a prodigiously energetic writer, battling in print for most of the first half of the twentieth century for causes like the struggle for women's emancipation, the improvement of work and maternity conditions for poor women, and later for Ethiopian independence, in scores of letters, pamphlets, articles, and non-fiction monographs. She also produced a few poems, and translated poetry by others.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. British Policy in Eastern Ethiopia, the Ogaden and the Reserved Area. Lalibela House, 1945.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. Delphos: The Future of International Language. Kegan Paul, 1927.
Pankhurst, Sylvia, editor. Dreadnought. Athenæum Press.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. Ethiopia: A Cultural History. Lalibela House, 1955.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. Ex-Italian Somaliland. Watts, 1951.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. India and the Earthly Paradise. Sunshine Publishing House, 1926.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. Is an International Language Possible?. Morland Press, 1927.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. Let’s Look at Farming. Wayland, 1988.
Eminescu, Mihail. Poems of Mihail Eminescu. Translators Pankhurst, Sylvia and I. O. Stefanovici, Kegan Paul, 1930.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. Save the Mothers. A. A. Knopf, 1930.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. “Sylvia Pankhurst”. Myself When Young, edited by Margot Asquith, 2ndnd ed, Frederick Muller, pp. 259-12.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. The Ethiopian People: Their Rights and Progress. Lalibela House, 1946.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. The Home Front: A Mirror to Life in England During the First World War. Hutchinson, 1932.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. The Life of Emmeline Pankhurst. T. W. Laurie, 1935.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. The Life of Emmeline Pankhurst. Kraus Reprint, 1969.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. The Suffragette Movement: An Intimate Account of Persons and Ideals. Longmans, Green, 1931.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. The Suffragette: The History of the Women’s Militant Suffrage Movement, 1905-1910. Gay and Hancock, 1911.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. Writ on Cold Slate. Dreadnought Publishers, 1922.