’ S Remarks ‘ ‘ a Book about Women ’ ’

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    The context: ''The baby was a boy.. . I had wanted a girl. Girls never leave their parents completely, as boys do. Also I should rather have looked forward to my child's having a sheltered life, one in which the fine and beautiful ideals do not have to be molded into the gross, ugly forms of the practical. I may say, in passing, that I deplore the entrance… (More)

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