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" ... liked those qualities in her, and she had developed them to please him. A specious plea. A weak defense, showing a dangerous pliability of character, a lack of personal ideal. Now we are getting at the truth, it seems, for of her own free will she... "
Kobiety (Women): A Novel of Polish Life - Page 217
by Zofia Nałkowska - 1920 - 324 pages
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The North American Review, Volume 213

North American review - 1921
...truth, it seems, for of her own free will she is analyzing herself. She is all instinct and emotion. "An instinct that we find equally developed in the...middleclass woman, all given up to passivity and routine." She testifies further: "All women are at their heart's core exactly alike; during all their life they...
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The North American Review, Volume 213

North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1921
...truth, it seems, for of her own free will she is analyzing herself. She is all instinct and emotion. "An instinct that we find equally developed in the...middleclass woman, all given up to passivity and routine." She testifies further: "All women are at their heart's core exactly alike; during all their life they...
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