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We Shall Fight Until We Win

de Laura Jones

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404 Ink and BHP Comics have teamed up to bring you We Shall Fight Until We Win, a graphic novel celebrating a century since women gained the right to vote in the UK, and the many pioneering women who have been part of the ongoing fight since 1918. We'll be taking a few women from each decade in the last 100 years and telling their in colourful, illustrated snapshots - some stories are well known, some less so - all worthy of note.… (mais)
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I wanted to love this, but I'm afraid it wasn't as stand out impressive as I wanted it to be. It has a series of short biographies of women, presented in graphic novel form. With any book like this, it is the selection that has a huge impact on the book. It needs a balance of women from past and present, covering the period of interest and the breadth of focus. I felt that the book was too heavily weighted to the present, with what felt like the final 1/3 of the book being living politicians. While I'm sure that the ladies featured will prove to be influential, it is surely too early to discuss their legacy, especially where that may well not be entirely positive in some cases.
The first half worked for me, there were a mix of women, some of whom I had not heard of, and they had a variety of roles in society. The second felt too politically skewed, although it did make a valiant effort to deal with Mrs Thatcher which I admired for capturing the difficulty of her legacy. The section dealing with those who are unknown, but have been role models in a private manner were also taken into account, which I thought was a very good touch.
Should you read this? Yes. Will it be all you read on the subject? No, but it does give you a jumping off point. Was I blown away? No, does that make it any less valuable, no, I think not. Read it. Make sure the young women in your lives read it too. ( )
  Helenliz | Aug 22, 2018 |
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404 Ink and BHP Comics have teamed up to bring you We Shall Fight Until We Win, a graphic novel celebrating a century since women gained the right to vote in the UK, and the many pioneering women who have been part of the ongoing fight since 1918. We'll be taking a few women from each decade in the last 100 years and telling their in colourful, illustrated snapshots - some stories are well known, some less so - all worthy of note.

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