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Women heroes : six short plays from the Women's Project

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(Applause Books). The English Channel, the United States Government, Hitler, cancer these are a few of the obstacles which these extraordinary women hurdle on their way to ticker tape parades, prison cells and anonymous fates. These are not theatrical accolades to daring public feats; the inner frontiers we learn, are the most treacherous to navigate. So these figures are not statues in the park being polished for public view. And not "heroines" in a male melodrama, but heroes in their own right, and in their own world meet them in Julia Miles' new collection from The Women's Project.

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