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Julia Drosten
“Five hundred women for one man. Sara Willshire had been right in saying this place was very different from England. She”
Julia Drosten, The Lioness of Morocco

Oliver Pötzsch
“Yes, it’s always the poor people who suffer.” Angrily,”
Oliver Pötzsch, The Hangman's Daughter

Jennifer Worth
“Sister Evangelina shared this robust humour. Before an enema: “Now then, Dad, we’re going to put a squib up your arse, shake your insides about a bit. Got the jerry ready, Mother, and the clothes pegs to clip on our noses.” Laughter would continue about how he hadn’t “been” for a fortnight, and there must be a turd inside as big as an elephant’s. And no one was the slightest bit embarrassed, least of all the patient. No,”
Jennifer Worth, Call the Midwife: A Memoir of Birth, Joy, and Hard Times

Margaret Atwood
“These men, we’ve been told, are like war criminals. It’s no excuse that what they did was legal at the time: their crimes are retroactive. They have committed atrocities and must be made into examples, for the rest. Though this is hardly needed. No woman in her right mind, these days, would seek to prevent a birth, should she be so lucky as to conceive. What”
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F. Scott Fitzgerald
“Though she thought of her body as a mass of frailties, she considered her soul quite as ill, and therefore important in her life.”
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