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‘Your Silence Will Not Protect You. Celebrating Audre Lorde’
Wednesday 21st February, 7pm
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LOCOMOTRIX EVENT
'The Fountain in the Forest and the French Republican Calendar' 
with Tony White and Dr Sanja Perovic

Thursday 22nd February, 7pm
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Left Book Club present: ‘A Party with Socialists in It: A History of the Labour Left’ with Simon Hannah
Saturday 24th February, 7pm
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‘Taking Back The Debate: Left Wing Approaches to Fighting Antisemitism’ Speakers: Aviah Day, Keziah Berelson and Annie Cohen. Chaired by Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi
Wednesday 28th February, 7pm
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‘The End of Policing’ with Alex S. Vitale
Wednesday 14th March, 7pm
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Sheroes of Literature Talk Series
‘Mary Shelley and Frankenstein'

with Lauren Davis
Thursday 15 March, 7pm
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The Water-Watcher with Nancy Charley
Friday 16th March, 7pm
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‘In Our Hands: Changing the Way we See the Homeless’ with Papakow Baiden
Wednesday 28th March, 7pm
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‘Wobblies of the World: A Global History of the IWW’ with Peter Cole
Saturday 31st March, 7pm
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The Wollstonecraft Family

As a tribute to one of the most gifted literary families of all time, Housmans retain a moderately comprehensive stock of books written by the Wollstonecraft family.

Below are only a selected few of the titles we are able to supply, so please get in touch if there is a classic by these notable authors you are interested in owning.

If you would like to submit a Review or comments about any of the books you find on our Booklist pages please click here

Mary Shelley Martin Garrett Housmans Bookshop

Mary Shelley

Martin Garrett

(British Library Publications, 2002)

£5.00

Godwin on Wollstonecraft Classic Biographies edited by Richard Holmes Housmans Bookshop

Godwin on Wollstonecraft

Classic Biographies

edited by Richard Holmes

(Harper Perennial, 2005)

£6.99

Shelley on Love Selected Writings Richard Holmes Housmans Bookshop

Shelley on Love

Selected Writings

Richard Holmes

(Flamingo Publishing, 1980)

£8.99

The Anarchist Writings of William Godwin Edited with an introduction by Peter Marshall Housmans Bookshop

The Anarchist Writings of William Godwin

Edited

with an introduction by Peter Marshall

(Freedom Press, 1986)

£5.95

 

Frankenstein Mary Shelley Housmans Bookshop

Frankenstein

Mary Shelley

(Wordsworth Classics, 1999)

£1.99

William Godwin Caleb Williams Housmans Bookshop

William Godwin

Caleb Williams

(Penguin Classics, 2005)

£8.99

Letters written in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark Mary Wollstonecraft Housmans Bookshop

Letters written in Sweden

Norway, and Denmark

Mary Wollstonecraft

(Oxford World Classics, 2009)

£8.99

The Last Man Mary Shelley Housmans Bookshop

The Last Man

Mary Shelley

(Wordsworth Classics, 2004)

£1.99

A Vindication of the Rights of Woman Mary Wollstonecraft Housmans Bookshop

A Vindication of the Rights of Woman

Mary Wollstonecraft

Dover Thrift Editions

(Dover Publications, 1996)

£3.00

Mary Wollstonecraft And Matilda Housmans Bookshop

Mary Wollstonecraft - Mary and Maria

Mary Shelley - Matilda

(Penguin Classics, 2002)

£9.99

Selected Poetry and Prose of Shelley Introduction and notes by Bruce Woodcock Housmans Bookshop

Selected Poetry

and Prose of Shelley

Introduction and notes by Bruce Woodcock

(Wordsworth Poetry Library, 2002)

£3.99