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Ничего не могу с собой поделать. В конце всплакнула.
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Не то чтобы в этом году была большая выборка, но пока это лучшая книга из прочитанного.

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Ну что-то слабовато. Автор явно могла выжать из столь плодотворной темы больше. Сюжет поверхностный, к деталям вопросы. Не рекомендую.
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Не худший YA из прочитанного.
Рауэлл (Роуэлл) написала тот редкий young adult, от которого не хочется делать фейспалм каждые две страницы. Элеанор рыжая, странно одевается, не носит российский 40-й размер и делает вид, что плевать хотела на общественн
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“Housework’s modern status,” writes Ann Oakley, “is nonwork.” A recent study shows that if housework done by married women were paid, family income would rise by 60 percent. Housework totals forty billion hours of France’s labor power. Women’s volunteer work in the United States amounts to $18 billion a year. The economics of industrialized countries would collapse if women didn’t do the work they do for free: According to economist Marilyn Waring, throughout the West it generates between 25 and 40 percent of the gross national product.”
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“Ясно было одно: мы будем возвращены в лагерную зону, опять войдем в ворота с обязательной, официальной, казенной надписью: «Труд есть дело чести, дело славы, дело доблести и геройства». Говорят, что на воротах немецких лагерей выписывалась цитата из Ницше: «Каждому свое». Подражая Гитлеру, Берия превзошел его в циничности.”
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“By the time she was sixteen, Jane had heard enough about this to last her several lifetimes. In her mother’s account of the way things were, you were young briefly and then you fell. You plummeted downwards like an overripe apple and hit the ground with a squash; you fell, and everything about you fell too. You got fallen arches and a fallen womb, and your hair and teeth fell out. That’s what having a baby did to you. It subjected you to the force of gravity.”
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