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A True and Faithful Narrative by Katherine Sturtevant
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Aug 17, 2008

bookshelves: audience-girl, historical, audience-m-s, audience-h-s

Women might not be allowed to be writers in 17th century London, but that doesn't stop Meg from writing about a suitor who might have been captured by pirates after she mocked his romantic intentions.

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