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Stories fit for feminists: 3

Stories fit for feminists: 3

You may treat girls as well as you like … and play fair just as if they were boys, but there is something unmanly about the best of girls. They go silly, like milk goes sour, without any warning. This month, I’ve been sifting through popular books from the 1860s until the first world war, a so-called golden age of children's ...

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Stories fit for feminists – the early years

In Meg’s monthly blog, she’ll take a look at the wide range of books - from pre-school stories to the classic texts - that have inspired her as a feminist.    Remember ...

Stories fit for feminists – the early years
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