さしあげた腕

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2012
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Patriarchal privilege can mean a lot of things - a fine home, money, status, the admiration of others (tinged with jealousy), but without love, these are as nothing.
This is a graphic story about
how poorly prestige compares to genuine love.
For those needing to make tough relationship decisions, this wonderful classic throws bleak notions of compromise out the window!
Eleanor Cowan, author of : A History of a Pedophile's Wife
 

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What a great story - Hurston really captures, in a microcosm, the struggles of Black People trying to just make a way in the world. Sad, poignant and all those things that make you take a step back and savor the things we take for granted. Worth reading more than once.

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