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11 February 2016

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Oxford Today review ‘Dare unchaperoned to gaze:’ A Woman’s view of Edwaridan Oxford.

Oxford Today recently published their review of ‘Dare Unchaperoned to Gaze,’ to read the full piece click here.

Released in 2015, this edition presents the diary entries of two of St Hugh’s early students, offering a personal and rare female account of Edwardian Oxford.

To order a copy of the book, please contact the Development Office at  or tel: 01865 274958.

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