Re: RARA-AVIS: Re: Women Rewriting

From: James Rogers (
Date: 26 May 2000

   I'm not sure that I buy the notion of a "female" voice either. The writer who wrote women most truthfully, IMO, was good old D.H. one's idea of a equality minded guy. Conversely, it has been said of Hemingway, "he set for himself the impossible task of proving more of a man than Gertrude Stein".
  I kinda go with the unfashionable idea that good writers are gonna write good, irrespective of sex.


James Michael Rogers

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