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My Own Story

Emmeline Pankhurst (1858-1928)

1. Foreword
2. The Making of a Militant, Chapter I
3. The Making of a Militant, Chapter II
4. The Making of a Militant, Chapter III
5. The Making of a Militant, Chapter IV
6. Four Years of Peaceful Militancy, Chapter I
7. Four Years of Peaceful Militancy, Chapter II
8. Four Years of Peaceful Militancy, Chapter III
9. Four Years of Peaceful Militancy, Chapter IV
10. Four Years of Peaceful Militancy, Chapter V
11. Four Years of Peaceful Militancy, Chapter VI
12. Four Years of Peaceful Militancy, Chapter VII
13. Four Years of Peaceful Militancy, Chapter VIII
14. The Women's Revolution, Chapter I
15. The Women's Revolution, Chapter II
16. The Women's Revolution, Chapter III
17. The Women's Revolution, Chapter IV
18. The Women's Revolution, Chapter V
19. The Women's Revolution, Chapter VI
20. The Women's Revolution, Chapter VII
21. The Women's Revolution, Chapter VIII
22. The Women's Revolution, Chapter IX

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Summary

Emmeline Pankhurst was a British political activist and leader of the British suffragette movement. She was widely criticized for her militant tactics, but her work is recognised as a crucial element in achieving women's suffrage in Britain. In her autobiography, written and published just as the Great War was breaking out, Pankhurst tells of her experiences in fighting for women's rights.