In this letter to her sister Mary, Sabin talks about books she's recently read. She says, "Tonight I have devoured
at one gulp Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own - which I take it everybody else is devouring at the same pace.
Get it and pass it on to some of your feminist friends . . . . Introduce it to Denver."
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1929-11-13 (November 13, 1929)
Sabin, Florence R.
Original Repository: Smith College. Sophia Smith Collection. Florence Rena Sabin Papers
Reproduced with permission of Geraldine F. Swan.
At the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, 1925-1938
Box Number: 6
Folder Number: 14
I read (took) the Bird of God in two gulps--it's fine and toward the end I felt that she had perhaps caught a secret--his
relation a [. . .] Inquisition that made him express all that is in the Crucifixion in the Louvre.
Tonight I have
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devoured at one gulp Virginia Woolf's a Room of One's Own--which I take it everybody else is devouring at the same
pace--Get it and pass it on to some of your feminist friends. It's just a small book.
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Introduce it to [. . .]
A Dr. Wiggam who made The New Decalogue of Science has written an article in [. . .] for the Herald-Tribune which is fine.
I'll get a copy and send it on.