This Time Last Year: Daughter of Fortune

tumblr_lqysnbSvsN1ql6amtWhat girl doesn’t love a good story about a woman breaking free from society’s bonds of stereotypes and strict definitions of duty? I know I do. But it’s so easy for people (writers in particular) to treat such a topic distastefully, usually by creating a clichéd image: an estrogen-fueled, predictable story about coming of age or overcoming a social obstacle. (I hope I haven’t turned off any of our male readers yet! As you’ll see, that’s not my intention.) Continue

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