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Parenting remains primarily women’s work


We need more mothers in literature, not just to make it more inclusive, but because our perception of motherhood remains so badly skewed. Speaking at the Edinburgh International Book Festival last weekend, the writer Janice Galloway argued that “literature is mostly about having sex and not much about having children. Life is the other way round.”

[Glosswitch - New Statesman, 27 August 2015.]


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