Eliza Cook Quotes


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" Cook also publiEliza Cookd Jottings from my Journal (1860) and New Echoes (1864); and in 1863 Eliza Cook was given a Civil List pension income of £100 a year. She lived for a time at James Harmer's residence Ingress Abbey in Greenhithe Kent and wrote certain of her works there. Cook was a proponent of political and sexual freedom for women and believed in the ideology of self-improvement through education something Eliza Cook called "levelling up.