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The power of a woman bridled: Julia Franks’ “Over The Plain Houses”

“Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned,” they say. But what of a woman silenced? A character keeps emerging in our literature -- a woman caught under the thumb of society, trapped in the roles prescribed to her by the men who dictate the rules.
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