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Choose from 40 pictures in our Weak collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Shakespeare quotes illustrated - the language of her body

Shakespeare quotes illustrated: "There's language in her eye, her cheek, her lip - nay, her foot speaks" ("And this is the woman I have married"). A rather put-upon husband seems rather resigned to the powerful nature and vigorous temperament of his new wife, who illustrates her emotions with her every movement! Date: circa 1910s

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Suffragette Cat and Mouse Act McKenna

Suffragette Cat and Mouse Act McKenna. Shows Reginald McKenna, Home Secretary in Asquith's government, sitting on a pedestal, labelled, 'Fiat Justitia (let justice be done). He introduced the 'Prisoner's (Temporary Discharge for ill Health) Act, 1913 (which became) known as 'The Cat and Mouse Act.' Intended to avoid forcible feeding by releasing weak prisoners who could recuperate after hunger striking, it did little to deter militant actions. A suffragette 'thumbs' her nose at McKenna as he points to the 'Gaol Entrance', another leaves, smiling towards Swaggers Nursing Home. 'A paradise for frenzied females.' Date: 1913

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

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The Strong government 1869-1877 - The weak government 1877-1

The Strong government 1869-1877 - The weak government 1877-1881. Two part cartoon showing: woman, the Solid South, carrying Ulysses S. Grant in a carpet bag marked carpet bag and bayonet rule; Rutherford B. Hayes plowing under the carpet bag & bayonets with a plow marked Let'em alone policy. Date 1880. The Strong government 1869-1877 - The weak government 1877-1881. Two part cartoon showing: woman, the Solid South, carrying Ulysses S. Grant in a carpet bag marked carpet bag and bayonet rule; Rutherford B. Hayes plowing under the carpet bag & bayonets with a plow marked Let'em alone policy. Date 1880. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress