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M., Moggi, F., & Stirnemann-Lewis, F. (1994). By 1934, explicit tales of fallen women involved in dangerous or disastrous relationships with men came to be banned or rigorously censored by the Production Code censors. In 1973 she became an Officer of the Order of Canada. Among the other women of distinction associated with UCL was Marie Stopes, who took a first class degree in botany in the record time of 2 years in 1902, and later became a lecturer in paleobotany, 1911.

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