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Girdles, Power, and Violence: Feminism is for EVERYBODY by bell hooks

Dear Reader: I started this book as part of the Year of Feminist Classics Challenge.  I’d read and likeed bell years ago in a women’s studies class. 155) Feminism is for Everybody by bell hooks Although she is a university faculty member, bell purposely writes in clear, forthright, accessible language.  Part of her “project” is …

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Whoops – here’s a title: Sex, Literature, and the Volga (George Eliot, Edith Wharton, bell hooks, Helen R. Hull, Nicola Humble, Susan Richards)

Dear Reader: Book Journey is hosting It’s Monday, What are You Reading? So, seemed like a good chance to tell you what I’m in the middle of…  I have seven books going – violating my own “2 books at a time” informal rule…  Three are from the library for limited times, one’s for a readalong, …

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It’s Monday, What are YOU Reading?

Dear Reader: Book Journey is sponsoring It’s Monday, What are You Reading? where we talk about what we just finished reading, what we are currently reading, and what we plan to read next. So, I just finished reading #175) High Wages by Dorothy Whipple and #176) A Mother’s Recompense by Edith Wharton (in honor of …

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