The Quotes and Social Movements of a Noted Speaker and Writer
Susan Savion does justice to women’s rights and equality advocate Matilda Joslyn Gage.
“This is the best book about Matilda Gage I’ve read so far. It did justice to her life, and it’s about time someone took notice and wrote a factual book about it. She fought for so many causes, whether it was peace, reproductive rights, economics, government equality, to the separation of church and state,”
Last April 12 to April 14, 2016, the London Book Fair was held at Olympia, London. Among a large crowd of lit enthusiasts, authors, and industry professionals, Susan Savion exhibited her new book, Quoting Matilda, at LitFire’s booth.
“Woman is a glorious possibility, the youngest-born of God’s creatures, the Benjamin of life, the future of the world is hers,” states Matilda, a long-underrated feminist and suffragist. Born from an abolitionist family with great influence from her father, Matilda followed the footsteps of women’s rights advocate Mary Wollstonecraft. She created impact and movement in social-justice causes in the mid-1800s and, most notably, women’s rights until her death in 1898. This book is a close account of her bold and brilliant character.
“This is the best book about Matilda Gage I’ve read so far. It did justice to her life, and it’s about time someone took notice and wrote a factual book about it. She fought for so many causes, whether it was peace, reproductive rights, economics, government equality, to the separation of church and state,” states one satisfied reader.
With timeless quotes from a remarkable woman, this book provides education to those spearheading or are intrigued by similar causes.
Written by Susan Savion
Kindle | $3.99
Hardcover | $24.44
Paperback | $16.95
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and all leading online book retailers. Copies are also available at your local booksellers.
About the Author
Susan Savion grew up on a farm near Highland, Illinois. She has spent most of her career as a teacher. She was also a gymnastics judge for ten years.
Susan has published poems and has authored four resource books, namely, Quotes to Start the Day, Quotes to Make History Come Alive, Quotes to Stretch Your Brain, and Quotes to Spark Discussion. She chairs the Green Sanctuary Committee at May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Society and edits a newsletter.
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