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Mary (a fiction),
This review is from: Mary and The Wrongs of Woman (Oxford World's Classics) (Paperback)
This short "fiction" closely mirrors Wollstonecraft's early life. Dealing with her imperfect upbringing and parents' unhappy marriage. It also raises the contemporary issue of an independent woman.
I found the prose dull and laborious, however as an important feminist text it was immensely interesting.
I would only recommend this to someone reading for knowledge rather than enjoyment as I personally received little from the process of reading this book.
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