Novel

Eugenia Zerbini

Publisher: Record

Pages: 173

 

On the surfice, this could be perceived as a feminine novel. However, this could dramatically reduce its qualities. Indeed it is a novel on women, particularly the ones self proclaimed Ema Bovary's grand daughters. This is, whithout a shadow of a doubt, a more feminist rather than feminie work.

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