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I am reading this because my great aunt read it while crossing the Atlantic on the Queen Mary in 1939. This book was published the same year- 1939. She thought it was great, and I want to see if I agree with her."
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"Reading this book for grad school. The chapter on feminism is complete bullshit. So glad I bought this book used. It is a big hunk of wasted paper." Feb 04, 2018 10:19AM

 
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