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Women Who Dig

by Rebecca Foster

Farming runs in the family for Trina Moyles: her great-grandmother emigrated from Ireland to Saskatchewan in 1925 and took over the running of the family’s farm when her husband and son left to fight in the Second World War. Women’s... Read More

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Make Way for Her

by Meg Nola

Katie Cortese’s Make Way for Her and Other Stories offers enticing glimpses of curiously compact, womencentric fictional universes, generally focused on girls, teenagers, women, and the men who affect—but not necessarily... Read More

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Votes for Women!

by Meg Nola

Winifred Conkling’s "Votes for Women!" details the arduous struggle for women’s suffrage in America with compelling biographical profiles of some of the movement’s key figures. Beginning with the earlier part of the suffrage... Read More

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Women of Honor

by Meg Nola

Almost unnervingly detailed, "Women of Honor" recounts grim and humorous tales of the women caught up in mafia life. "Women of Honor" takes a penetrating look at how a notorious criminal syndicate ensnares the wives, mothers, and... Read More

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