Born OTD in 1936, Nell Dunn. In ’64, Dunn spoke to 9 of her friends over a bottle of wine about sex, work, money, babies, freedom & love. Back in print after 50 years.

Talking to WomenIn Talking to Women, Nell Dunn puts her finger on one of the most important, but least-intelligently aired, social problems of the post-war era: the position of women in society. Somebody once pointed out that the emancipation of women would have taken place after they got the vote, but for women’s magazines: women today expect more from life than childbearing and housekeeping, though on the other hand they cannot fulfill themselves entirely by writing novels, painting pictures or pursuing careers as men do.

Many women find it difficult to meet the dual roles adequately and it is on this topic, and others, such as sexual fulfillment in and outside marriage, morality, and more or less intimate subjects, that the nine women included in this book talk to Nell Dunn. Some, like Edna O’Brien and Ann Quin, are writers, others are painters or actresses. One is a working mother, and another…

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