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Issue Details: First known date: 1933... 1933 The Feminisation of Literature: The Men Now Have a Say
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Myers writes: "The Feminisation of Literature" on which the women writers advanced their opinions at the September meeting of the Fellowship of Australian Writers, was discussed by men writers on October 18. At times the air was almost electric with wit and epigram, not only from the masculine speakers, but from the ladies who voiced their opinions afterwards. Though mostly satirical, some brilliant comments were made.

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    y separately published work icon All About Books vol. 5 no. 11 13 November 1933 Z1297085 1933 periodical issue 1933 pg. 187-188
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