Talking Through Their Hats

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Novelist Carol Shields gives the first of four talks by women writers on the subject of clothes.

Shields was introduced to the world of hats and wigs as a result of her chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer in early 1999.

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Novelist Carol Shields gives the first of four talks by women writers on the subject of clothes.

Shields was introduced to the world of hats and wigs as a result of her chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer in early 1999.

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Four talks by women writers on the subject of clothes.

2: Mary Schoeser tells how the discovery of an old suit that had belonged to her father led her back to her childhood and taught her how to look forward to the rest of her life.

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Four talks by women writers on the subject of clothes.

2: Mary Schoeser tells how the discovery of an old suit that had belonged to her father led her back to her childhood and taught her how to look forward to the rest of her life.

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Four talks by women writers on the subject of clothes.

3: Ruth Gershon spent the happiest moments of her childhood in her ballet classes.

She did not become a dancer, but clothes and dance remain the twin themes of her life.

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Four talks by women writers on the subject of clothes.

3: Ruth Gershon spent the happiest moments of her childhood in her ballet classes.

She did not become a dancer, but clothes and dance remain the twin themes of her life.

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The last of four talks by women writers on the subject of clothes.

Kathleen Jamie recalls her childhood dressed in Aran jumpers and her years as a badly dressed teenage rebel.

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The last of four talks by women writers on the subject of clothes.

Kathleen Jamie recalls her childhood dressed in Aran jumpers and her years as a badly dressed teenage rebel.