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Rose Collis reprints ground-breaking first book

To mark the 80th anniversary of the death of Selma Lagerlöf, the first woman to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature, Seaford-based writer and performer Rose Collis is re-issuing her acclaimed first book, Portraits To The Wall: Historic Lesbian Lives Unveiled, as a POD paperback.First published in 1994, the book is an internationally acclaimed celebration of lesbian lives often concealed by history.

It rediscovered the lives and loves, consorts and concerns, passions and politics of a diverse range of British and European women, including: composer Dame Ethel Smyth, who wrote the suffragette song, March of the Women; Frances Power Cobbe, writer, suffragist, founder of the National Anti-Vivisection Society who went to school in Hove; Edy.

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