My list will include Australian and European women writers' ideas, as interpreted by newspaper reviewers, and Woolf particularly will be a figure in focus. The list is there so that I can see what Woolf and others are saying about the experiences in women's lives, their dilemmas, successes, and progress.
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This particular article explains Margaret Lawrence's views that modern women have a salient problem, because they wish to give birth to children, but also to achieve a high degree of intellectual fulfilment.
In this "Women's Weekly" article, Sir Frederick Hooper says women's creative ability is strictly limited. He thinks women are creative when they have babies. This is the 1960s, when he says this.