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The One Woman

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Quick - a glass of water! A man sprang to his feet, beckoning to an usher. When he reached the seat, the woman had recovered by a supreme effort of will and sat erect, her face flushed with anger at her own weakness. "Thank you, I am quite well now," she said with dignity. The man settled back and the usher returned to his place and stood watching her out of the corners of ...more
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Samantha
Oct 29, 2011 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
The novel is a little less startling than Dixon's other novel, which inspired Griffith's "Birth of a Nation." It's no surprise here that Dixon writes about the need of hierarchy--again. However, "The One Woman" presents growing concerns against populist socialism. Where other novels of the same period reflect on the inequalities in America, Dixon argues that those inequalities, well, are a good thing. Not all can be equal. The average guy, according to Dixon, can continue living in New York City ...more
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I just like the way Dixon writes. All of his books are filled with interesting characters and plots.
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