BookBrowse Reviews Stories from Suffragette City by M.J. Rose, Fiona Davis

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Stories from Suffragette City

by M.J. Rose, Fiona Davis

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Stories from Suffragette City by M.J. Rose, Fiona Davis
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    Oct 2020, 272 pages

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In this anthology, short stories by authors including Paula McLain, Christina Baker Kline and Fiona Davis imagine the events of a 1915 march for women's suffrage through different perspectives.

Our First Impressions readers were fascinated by the historical fiction from a range of authors presented in Stories from Suffragette City, edited by M.J. Rose and Fiona Davis, collectively awarding the book 4.7 out of 5 stars.

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Thirteen talented and well-known authors contribute to the anthology, and all of the stories have some connection to October 23, 1915, the day a large group of U.S. women marched together in New York City in an effort to earn the right to vote. The characters of these tales are varied, coming from all over the country and representing very different ages and economic groups. In some instances, real historical figures are incorporated into the fictional narratives (Patricia E). The stories are vignettes about women and girls participating in the parade, with a few of the stories having threads of connection. Authors include Chris Bohjalian, ...

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