Testament of Youth: An Autobiographical Study of the Years 1900-1925 - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Vera leaves Millbank in April, 1919. In the months after the Armistice, Vera spends a long of time thinking about whether or not she will return to Oxford. She spends much of the time in London with Hope Milroy. When she resumes her studies at Somerville, she considers switching to history and does. Vera is the only woman that has returned to resume her studies and to her tennis playing.

Her studies go well and she passes her examinations in Greek. She meets other students who have also had experiences during the war. For the first time, the school allows male-female intercollegiate debating which Vera, a feminist, feels is a step in the right direction. Vera at first does not get along with Winifred, who is the secretary of the Debating Society. Vera clashes with Winifred and receives an official apology from the Debating Society. Vera...

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