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Issue Details: First known date: 1929... 1929 Margaret of Navarre : The Woman Who Wrote the 'Heptameron'
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Daisy M. relates events in the life of Margaret of Navarre, whom she regards as the first woman novelist. Daisy M. describes The Heptameron as 'horribly coarse' and 'written to please a sensual man'. The book was banned in Australia until 1935.

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