Feb 22 • 57M

PODCAST A Woman Who Hated Children Saved Children

ANNETTE ALOUD Introducing Listeners to Clare Mulley's The Woman Who Saved the Children, a Brilliant Biography of Eglantyne Jebb, Founder of Save the Children

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Podcast: 57 Minutes.

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Eglantyne Jebb 1920
Save the Children founder Eglantyne Jebb as a young woman Image: Public Domain, Wikipedia

This is the podcast version of this Annette Tells Tales post:

Non-Boring History
She Disliked Children (She Saved Them Anyway)
Note from Annette Today’s Annette Tells Tales post, for a change, is not based on a work of academic history, written mainly for scholars, but on a very readable biography, author Clare Mulley’s The Woman Who Saved the Children. It’s very cheeky of me to write an…
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This is my riff on Clare’s work, aimed at drawing in readers who might never have encountered Clare and Eglantyne Jebb otherwise. Eglantyne’s story, and Clare Mulley’s book, deserve an ever wider audience. If you enjoy podcast, post, or both, read Clare Mulley’s The Woman Who Saved the Children!

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