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Sat Oct 9 17:17:30 BST 2021
> On Oct 9, 2021, at 11:40 AM, Robert Woodward <Robert_A_Woodward at comcast.net> wrote:
> he Golden Age was 1939-1942 (or so, a bunch of authors were busy elsewhere for several years) and there were plenty of women around (some of them were protagonists). The early 1930s is sometimes referred to as the Super science period. While the various super science epics written by Campbell didn’tt have female characters, that wasn’t generally true for other authors (I will admit that there were enough scientist’s daughters for it to become a cliche).
And in _The Spirit Ring_ we have the magician’s daughter.
A unix salesperson, Lenore
Loved her job, but loved the beach more.
She devised such a way
to combine work and play:
She sells C-shells by the seashore.
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