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  • Author's note: The rebel pacifist and socialist who became a fascist and Japanese supporter in World War II.

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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Notorious Australian Women Kay Saunders , Pymble : ABC Books , 2011 Z1773348 2011 anthology biography 'The sensational lives and exploits of some of Australia′s most audacious women Notorious Australian Women celebrates the lives of some of Australia′s most fearless, brash and scandalous women. There′s Tilly Devine, who went from streetwalker in London to wealthy Sydney madam and standover merchant; Mary Bryant, the highway robber and First Fleeter who escaped by rowing from Port Jackson to Timor with her two children; Lola Montez, the Irish-born grande horizontale, who destroyed King Ludwig I of Bavaria; Ellen Tremaye and Marion Edwards, women who challenged the gender order and became men; and Helena Rubinstein, who rewrote her humble Polish background and became one of the most successful and astute businesswomen in the world.

    From bushrangers, courtesans and cross-dressers, to writers, designers and a radical or two, what these splendid rebels have in common is a determination to take their destinies into their own hands.' Source: (Sighted 18/04/2011).
    Pymble : ABC Books , 2011
    pg. 106-119
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