"For years, [Evelyn] Lambart watched as young men she trained were promoted; for years she had to humbly apply to them for salary raises. Lambart craved yet resisted attempts to direct. [...] 'I had been so accustomed to helping Norman [McLaren] that I found it difficult [to work independently],' she said. With Fine Feathers (1968), Lambart finally stepped out from behind her mentor's shadow."
-- Karen Mazurkewich
Mazurkewich, Karen. "A tribute to Eve Lambart." Take One (Toronto), Summer 1999. (p. 52)