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'Fathercraft' single work   poetry   "Well (said the small, weak man) we look for change"
  • Author:agent Den
Issue Details: First known date: 1933... 1933 'Fathercraft'
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    y separately published work icon The Herald no. 17401 20 February 1933 Z1213431 1933 newspaper issue 1933 pg. 8
    Note: Epigraph: "According to the new cult of "Fathercraft," recently expounded in London by Dr. James Fenton, a wife is entitled to as much pocket money as the husband; she should be managing director of the household, have equal time off, and her own way regarding clothes, while the husband should give her tea in bed, and take turns in minding the children."
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