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Tribute to a Notable Feminist, Speaker, and Writer

Author writes about the almost-forgotten yet significant activist, Matilda Joslyn Gage.


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Quoting Matilda by Susan Savion
Quoting Matilda by Susan Savion

“[The book] is well-written and truly enhances a deep understanding of the issues of the women’s rights movement.”

From the early days of the Woman’s Suffrage Movement in the nineteenth century until her death in 1898, one worked diligently with Anthony and Stanton until she was sidelined because of her progressive views. Her name is Matilda Joslyn Gage. Author Susan Savion wrote Quoting Matilda to honor and memorialize the fascinating life and contributions of Matilda Joslyn Gage. She strongly influenced her son-in-law Frank L. Baum and fought for the rights of Native Americans and for the separation of church and state.

Gage was born from an abolitionist family. She was highly influenced by her father and by a women’s rights advocate, Mary Wollstonecraft. The spirit of activism embedded in her upbringing made her fearless in the pursuit of social justice, equality, and women’s rights.

Susan Savion, in this book, does a good job of encapsulating the brilliant character and enthralling life lived by Gage. Jo Anne Bakeman says that the book is perfect for anyone who wants a glimpse of Gage’s interesting insights. She says, “[The book] is well-written and truly enhances a deep understanding of the issues of the women’s rights movement.”

The book was displayed in LitFire’s booth during one of the biggest book fairs in the world—Frankfurt Book Fair. FBF is attended annually by thousands of book traders and publishing professionals. FBF 2016 was held at Frankfurt Trade Fair in Germany last October 19–23, 2016.
 

 

Quoting Matilda
Written by Susan Savion
Kindle | $3.99
Hardcover | $24.44
Paperback | $16.95
 
Book copies are available at www.litfirepublishing.com, www.amazon.com, and all leading online book retailers.
 
 
About the Author

Susan Savion spent most of her career as a teacher. She has published poems and has authored four resource books. She also chairs the Green Sanctuary Committee at May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Society and edits a newsletter.


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 Susan Savion
 Quoting Matilda
 Biographies & Memoir
 Woman’s Suffrage Movement
 Women’s Rights


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