Feminist cry rings untrue 2

August 20, 2009

Sally Feldman's account of women entering higher education has a Scottish dimension that can be found in the autobiographical novels of Willa Muir, Catherine Carswell and Nan Shepherd. Their determination, curiosity and passion for learning still shines through in a way that is inspiring and humbling.

Christine Geraghty, Professor of film and television studies, University of Glasgow.

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