Books: Women Without Men

Women Without Men Said Lady Astor last week to the British House of Commons: "We have always had superiority. . . . All we want now is equality. . . ." Lady Astor was speaking of women. In literature, of course, women have always been inferior to men in the quantity and quality of their writing. Some of them have written entertaining letters, diaries or confessions; they have been good at text books for small children, verses and hymns to God. Disguised in pseudonyms like George Sand or George Eliot, a few of them have scribbled novels. But now it becomes...

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