&ldquo;&lsquo;Hardness&rsquo; has not been in our century a quality much admired in women," wrote <strong>Joan Didion</strong>. Yet she was among a cadre of women renowned for the unemotional clarity of her writing

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“‘Hardness’ has not been in our century a quality much admired in women," wrote Joan Didion. Yet she was among a cadre of women renowned for the unemotional clarity of her writing

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