Colette,. Lettres à Sa Fille, 1916-1953. Editor Jouvenel, Anne de, Gallimard.
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During her first marriage, HA criticised the German women's movement for interesting itself in social, or women's issues without considering the broader political causes and consequences which made them of concern to men as well...
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Englishman Hilary Wainwright is spending Christmas of 1943 with his mother in England. The year before, in 1942, he had been in Paris (then under the Vichy puppet regime) with his pregnant wife, Lisa...
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VB 's literary output during and immediately after World War II was almost entirely taken up with statements of her pacifist convictions both her in non-fictional writing and lecturing and her last two novels. The...
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