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Issue Details: First known date: 1934... 1934 Do Women Set Our Literary Pace? : Quality But No Epics
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Howard suggests that what he saw as the "competent mediocrity" of the "world of British letters" may have been due to women playing "a large part in the literary scene" because "women are efficient but conservative".

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    y separately published work icon The Herald no. 17817 23 June 1934 Z1519244 1934 newspaper issue 1934 pg. 6
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