The Woman Who Did

PDF-file by Grant Allen

The Woman Who Did PDF ebook download The most notorious of the so-called "New Woman" novels of the 1890s—a type of fiction inspired by contemporary debates about women's education, family life, and sexual independence—The Woman Who Did was controversial from the start and eventually became a bestseller. Determined to arrange
her own life, Herminia Barton enters a relationship ouside of marriage with the lawyer Alan Merrick, and the consequences of that decision test her resolve to the very limit. Flying in the face of convention, Allen intended the book as a protest against the subjection of women, but feminists
including Millicent Fawcett condemned both Allen and the novel.

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