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"Come now, Russell, you are a great proponent of the emancipation of women; surely you can manage to carry out your intentions in this little matter" (Chapter 1, p. 12).

"She's an amazing person, very sensible and yet, well holy somehow. I go to the meetings sometimes, if I'm free. They always make me feel good—refreshed, and strong. Margery's been very helpful" (Chapter 2, p. 30).

"I think we may be seeing something of you" (Chapter 3, p. 39).

"I like you Mary Russell. Please, do come and teach me. I think I shall learn a great deal from you. Even if it isn't about Hebrew or theology" (Chapter 4, p. 56).

"I shall begin with Veronica Beaconsfield, rather than Margery Childe, not only because she led me into contact with Miss Childe but because hse can be taken as the foundation upon which Miss Childe's movement is being built. Without Ronnie, and women like...

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