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    Natalia Ginzburg once said, “When I write stories I am like someone who is in her own country, walking along the streets that she has known since she was a child, between walls and trees that are hers” (Thinkexist). Ginzburg wrote many stories from the female perspective based on her own life, w...
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    In the story "He and I", a women discusses her married life. She feels that her husband's treatment towards her has immensely damaged her independence and confidence. Her husband plays the role of the stereotypical man that expects all women to be subservient to men, which is why he c...
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    Shirley Jackson once said, “I have always loved to use fear, to take it and comprehend it and make it work and consolidate a situation where I was afraid and take it whole and work from there” (Brainyquote). People genuinely tend to fear the unknown and Shirley Jackson made sure to include a bi...
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    Charlotte Perkins Gilman once said, “There is no female mind. The brain is not an organ of sex. Might as well speak of a female liver” (Brainyquote). Gilman’s belief that there really was no difference in means of mentality between men or women is strongly demonstrated through “The Yellow Wa...
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    To emphasize his philosophy, Richard Wright once said, “Men can starve from a lack of self-realization as much as they can from a lack of bread” (Thinkexist). Wright was simply saying that it is important to know who one is otherwise it’s as if one is dead. In his short story “The Man Who W...
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    William Faulkner once said, “Given a choice between grief and nothing, I'd choose grief” (Brainyquote). He further explains why he’d do this in “A Rose for Emily”; although the story is not about him, he details the loneliness and selfishness of a poor woman, Miss Emily. Miss Emily is...
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    “I know I’m not gonna make any money out of it. I know I’m not gonna be famous. And that is fine. All I ever want is to see the book published” (Rowling and Feldman). This is directly from J.K Rowling herself after her agent told her that her first book would be published. Now, according to...

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