Unlike Normal Women by Rudolf Steiner

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Aunt Vie, dignified and the village matriarch. Azora, the community’s wise woman and healer. And Miss Dee. A young dressmaker and business woman. Three unlikely allies. Until they are confronted by an injustice each refuses to overlook. In newly independent Jamaica, landowner Jacob Clearly is used to getting everything he wants. But when he tries to coerce Miss Dee into a relationship against her will, he underestimates the determination and the spirit of three very different women. Unlike Normal Women is a passionate and powerful exploration of women’s capacity to affect lasting change for equality and injustice

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Roger Was a Curator at England's National Maritime Museum. He is an Honorary Research Fellow in the University of Exeeter Centre for Maritime Studies, and in the History Department at University College London.
Published February 10, 2013 by Women's Press, Ltd. (UK). 330 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Jane, the novel's most tragic character, whose much-desired pregnancy by an elder Cleary is aborted through his treachery, is both proud and intensely pitiable: ""When the doctor confirmed that she had lost the baby and put her in his taxi...

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