Spinning with the Brain: Women's Writing in Seventeenth Century England

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Norma Clarke, Helen Weinstein, last updated: 31st August 1996

Norma Clarke and Helen Weinstein consider new approaches to the presentation of women writers on BBC radio. 'True it is, Spinning with the Fingers, is more proper to our Sex than Studying or Writing Poetry, which is Spinning with the Brain; but, having no skill in the art of the first...I made my Delight in the latter...’ Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle.

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