Bessie Hatton

Standard Name: Hatton, Bessie


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Occupation Inez Bensusan
Organisers chose to present two feminist plays by men, Woman on Her Own by Eugène Brieux , translated by Charlotte Shaw (Bernard Shaw 's wife), and A Gauntlet by Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson .
Hirshfield, Claire. “The Woman’s Theatre in England: 1913-1918”. Theatre History Studies, Vol.
, pp. 123-37.
politics Sarah Grand
In an interview in 1896, SG made clear her belief in the need for female suffrage: We shall do no good until we get the Franchise, for however well-intentioned men may be, they cannot understand...
politics Cicely Hamilton
CH was an active member of several suffrage organizations, always aligning herself with the non-militant suffragists. She first belonged to the Women's Social and Political Union , but in 1907 she left to join the...
politics Elizabeth Robins
ER became president of the Women Writers' Suffrage League , founded this year by Cicely Hamilton and Bessie Hatton .
John, Angela V. Elizabeth Robins: Staging a Life, 1862-1952. Routledge.


June 1908: The Women Writers' Suffrage League was established...

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June 1908

The Women Writers' Suffrage League was established by Cicely Hamilton and Bessie Hatton .


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