“I Have Lived”
The Epilogue recounts Rose’s last decade in London, from 1882 to 1892. She received many visitors, both Americans like Stanton and Anthony, and Britons, like Charles Bradlaugh and his daughters, Hypatia and Alice. Unable to walk, she continued to read the weekly Boston Investigator and its English counterpart, the National Reformer. Both newspapers reprinted her major speeches, paid tribute to her, and published her letters. She remained intellectually engaged and donated money both to her causes and to poor people. Most of her friends had died before her death, and she was forgotten by the twentieth century. She deserves to be remembered.
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