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

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Vera publishes articles and is active in literary activities. Even though she is reading in history and not English, she is still interested in English. She is already making notes for a novel she plans to write and has a short story published.

There is still discrimination between the sexes in 1919 but legislation promoting greater equality is being passed. This results in women being able to receive degrees from Oxford. This means that Vera will be able to receive a degree for her studies and leads to a debate over whether or not there should be stricter requirements and discipline for women. Vera becomes involved in this controversy. As a result of her writing, she and others meet the Queen and the Princess Mary.

The time approaches for Vera's finals. The first degree ceremony involving women takes place on October 14 and Vera is...

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