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And She Thought Murphy Had Labor Pains

October 04, 1992

I have noticed a positive trend in three recent issues, specifically the Judy Davis (Sept. 13) and Diane English cover stories and the Susan Sarandon feature (Aug. 30).

Each woman has her unique vision and voice. But the running theme they share is one of commitment, concern and excellence. None shy away from the things they hold important, and this quality is reflected honestly and confidently in their work.

Of special importance in this whole "family values" mess is their actions on behalf of children--Sarandon and Davis, their own and so more personally; and English, really all of ours, profound. Her statement at Emmy--"Don't let anyone tell you you're not a family!"--spoke clearly. Let's all hear and understand.

Finally, unabashed Davis fan that I am, I somehow missed "My Brilliant Career." I see that the title characterizes all three women. Not just careers, but minds and hearts.

JEANINE C. D'ELIA

Granada Hills

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