She

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Mundus Publishing, 1892 - 277 pages
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áIn giving to the world the record of what, looked at as an adventure only, is I suppose one of the most wonderful and mysterious experiences ever undergone by mortal men, I feel it incumbent on me to explain what my exact connection with it is. And so I may as well say at once that I am not the narrator but only the editor of this extraordinary history, and then go on to tell how it found its way into my hands.

 

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Review: She (She #1)

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Considering it was written in 1886-1887, this was a fun, adventuous read. It also really brings light to issues of the Victorian era such as gender and race. My favourite: the fact that it was written ... Read full review

Review: She (She #1)

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- Well, having created my older-men-younger-women shelf... - ... people thought you needed one called older-women-younger-men? - Exactly. So of course I'm adding She. - You mean Her? - Look, which one of us is the grammarian? Read full review

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