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Standard Name: Müller, Henrietta
Birth Name: Frances Henrietta Müller
Indexed Name: F. Henrietta Muller
Indexed Name: Henrietta B. Muller
Indexed Name: Henrietta Miller
Indexed Name: Frances H. Müller
Pseudonym: Helena B. Temple
was a prominent activist for women's rights in the late-nineteenth century, who used her talents in the service of public reform. Best known for her radical opposition to taxation without representation, she became a popular speaker during her term as one of the first female members of the . She subsequently took up the pen to further women's cause through her journalism, which led her to found the first women's newspaper in England. As both a writer and a speaker, delivered a pointed critique of masculine domination alongside a typically Victorian sexual essentialism. She also connected her feminist politics with spiritual ideals, and edited or possibly ventriloquized books about Eastern religion.
Müller, Henrietta. “Common Sense About Women”. Westminster Review, Vol.
lxiii, pp. 155-6.
Vivekananda, Swami. From Colombo to Almora: Seventeen Lectures. Editor Müller, Henrietta, The Vyjayanti Press, 1897.
Müller, Henrietta. “Schools in Florence”. Macmillan’s Magazine, Vol.
44, pp. 480-8.
Müller, Henrietta. “The Future of Single Women”. Westminster Review, Vol.
65, No. 121, pp. 151-62.
A. K. G.,. The Yoga of Christ; or, the Science of the Soul. Editor Müller, Henrietta, Theosophical Publishing Society, 1894.
Müller, Henrietta. “What Woman is Fitted For”. Westminster Review, Vol.
127, No. 71, pp. 64-75.