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A regiment of women, some excellent, some annoying

By Katherine A. Powers
January 14, 2007

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This is the new year's first column, and though I don't like to think of what 2007 holds in store for us, I do like to think of what it marks. It is, for instance, the tercentenary of Henry Fielding's birth and bicentenary of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's . What is more, both Daphne du Maurier and W. H. Auden would ... (Full article: 1085 words)

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