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The Feminist and the Cowboy

The Feminist and the Cowboy Initially, I liked the memoir by Alisa Valdez entitled The Feminist and the Cowboy.  It reminded me of my own relationship—although minus the drama.  I related to Valdez being a Feminist like myself.   Like Alisa … Continue reading

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Greed Is Nurtured In The Grandet Family

Greed Is Nurtured In The Grandet Family Cari Gilkison, French Literature 1996   The world of the Grandet family is one full of greed.  Why is this?  Because is a trait that is nurtured by one’s environment and not innate … Continue reading

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