Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon, 1827-1891: Feminist, Artist and Rebel
Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon was the most unconventional and influential leader of the Victorians women's movement. She was a feminist, law reformer, painter, journalist, educationalist, the closest friend of George Eliot, and the cousin of Florence Nightingale.
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