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BOLD AND BRASSY

In her landmark 1962 novel, , Doris Lessing explored what it meant to be a ‘free woman’, while acknowledging the irony built in to the phrase. ‘Free women’, says the protagonist ‘wryly’ and with anger—‘They still define us in terms of relationships with men, even the best of them.’

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