RE: RARA-AVIS: Re: Women Rewriting

From: Words from the Monastery (
Date: 26 May 2000

You'll notice that I didn't say anything about being good or bad ... just unique ... something that isn't as negative as some would like to believe.

volente Deo,

Anthony Dauer Alexandria, Virginia

"The dead are heavy, after all."
 -Will Christopher Baer, "Penny Dreadful"

Hard-Boiled Noir Discussion

> From: James Rogers
> Sent: Friday, May 26, 2000 11:17 PM
> 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.

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