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

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Vera and Winifred have late night visitors and schedules that take them away overnight. Their charlady quits, saying that they are of questionable character, and their landlady agrees, so they begin to look for a different flat and find one in Maida Vale. They also join a Liberal organization that they belong to until the end of 1924.

At this time Vera is not interested in getting married. Roland had been her big love and she cannot imagine another. She more or less accepts the fact that she will be a spinster and is dedicated to her career. There is still plenty of discrimination against women at this time with many married women being dismissed from their jobs. There are various equal rights kinds of legislation being considered.

Fascism is beginning yo spread through Europe. Winifred and Vera continue covering the League of Nations...

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