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Goodnight Sisters: Selected Writings

by Nell McCafferty

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Yes, Nell was an angry feminist and really she had just cause, some of these articles would make a stone cry, stories about explotiation and unions, about feminism and divorce.
These stories need to be read and read again by women and men, to remind us why we still resist certain things, why we don't allow certain liberties to be taken from us, for if we lose those liberties the only way is down, the only thing that will happen is that more liberties will be taken.
Throughout all of it, with the rage and the annoyance is Nell's sense of humour and her sheer character that can be seen through the articles. ( )
  wyvernfriend | Feb 19, 2007 |
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