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Books that delve into the suffering and hardships experienced by women?
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>>23478368
A room of ones own by Virginia Woolff
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what suffering? chad will fuck stacy today instead of you?
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>>23478368
How many times do you need to make this thread?
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Skylark
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>>23478368
Die Walkure. In the first act the tragedy of Sieglinde, in the third act the tragedy of Brunnhilde.
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>>23478368
I love Zola's Nana. Picrel is also great. You probably already know of the Brontes and Austen, but if no, then there you go.
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Ducks, Newburyport and the Trojan women are the first to come to mind
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