Testament of Youth: An Autobiographical Study of the Years 1900-1925 - Study Guide Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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After returning from Italy, Vera is ill with jaundice. Vera has a small income from the shares of the family business she has received from her father. Both Vera and Winifred want careers as writers and each spend time with their respective parents after their trip. They correspond with one another and think of ways they can earn money while waiting to get into journalism and have their books published. Vera has some part time teaching and lecturing offers in addition to helping a student prepare for examinations at Oxford.

Both Winifred and Vera give lectures at St. Monica's. Vera even addresses the League of Nations. She feels that she has to lecture on Bolshevism and the Russian Revolution. Both women work on their books and other pieces whenever they can. Vera begins to teach at a South Kensington school and takes various odd jobs...

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