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37 Empowering Books About Strong Women

37 lives, 37 stories, many against the odds, achieve something great, inspiring generations of women to come!

http://emilydenbowmorrison.com/The true strength of women’s spirits is revealed in many of these stories about incredible women of the past and present.

We recommend every little girl to read these brilliant stories to feel inspired and energized about their own potential. Because that’s what these women saw – their potential. The next step is to just figure out a way of getting there.

These books are such interesting reads because of the often difficult, brilliant journeys these women took. Check out each description, and find the story for you!

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#1 Procedure: Women Remaking Medicine (Vol. 1) by Emily F. Peters

Procedure: Women Remaking Medicine (Vol. 1) by Emily F. PetersGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Procedure is a beautiful new book profiling women leaders remaking medicine. Their inspiring stories show the power of starting a company, pursuing your dream, speaking up, saving yourself, and building communities.

Featuring powerhouses like Dr. Esther Choo, leader of the TIME’S UP Healthcare movement, and Dr. Rhea Seddon, who was not only a physician but an astronaut, too. Coming from different generations and different backgrounds and having chosen different paths in healthcare, the journeys of the women profiled are markedly unique but have led them toward the same goal — to heal a fractured system.

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#2 Wholly Aligned, Wholly Alive: Awakening your Inner Physician by Ciara Jean Roberts

Wholly Aligned, Wholly Alive: Awakening your Inner Physician by Ciara Jean RobertsGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The book charts Ciara’s personal story navigating lifelong kidney issues, through teenage renal failure, dialysis and transplantation and beyond! Setting the scene of a blessed childhood in Zambia that planted so many powerful seeds, the book shares how yoga, nutrition and a deep self enquiry have helped enormously to the point of creating a life she loves. Practical tips are included fro inspire the reader so they have things to weave into their daily lives to help awaken their own inner physician.

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#3 The Moment of Lift by Melinda Gates

The Moment of Lift by Melinda GatesGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The book may be personal to Gates as she shares about her life, but makes it stand out is the fact that it teaches her readers how women should be treated. After reading the book, as a woman, you feel empowered, ready to conquer the world, and ready to get into something worthwhile in any way possible.

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#4 The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth by John C. Maxwell

The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth by John C. Maxwell Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

This book teaches women to believe in their value. You will reach your potential and grow daily from reading this book. Sometimes we get stuck in life, The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth gives you the tools and inspiration to go from where you are today to where you want and need to be tomorrow. A must-read for all women!

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#5 Harriet Tubman: The Road to Freedom By Catherine Clinton

Harriet Tubman: The Road to Freedom By Catherine ClintonGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Harriet Tubman was a hero of her day and true example of what real courage means. Her mere escape from slavery would be enough to consider her a courageous person but the fact she was a conductor of the underground railroad shows what true grit and heroism really looks like. Anyone looking for a book on strong women would be hard-pressed to find someone stronger than the great Harriet Tubman.

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#6 Me and The Japanese beauty standards by Tomomi Tsuchio

Me and The Japanese beauty standards by Tomomi TsuchioGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The author tells about her struggles and how she overcame them in this book. This book will help to show you that the insecurities, struggles, mistakes, and shames we face in life are expected things, that we all go through. It is not about being perfect! It is about being YOU!!!!

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#7 Connect How To Love And Accept Yourself After Divorce by Dawn Burnett

Connect How To Love And Accept Yourself After Divorce by Dawn Burnett Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Connect How To Love And Accept Yourself After Divorce takes readers on a journey, a behind the scenes of how 9 brave women divorced what no longer served their highest good, left their toxic relationships behind and gained the courage and strength to follow their dreams by giving themselves permission to work on their inner being. Today they are all thriving and they supply a fool proof plan for readers so they too can become strong women!

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#8 S(ex) by KJ Richards

S(ex) by KJ RichardsGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

This story is a true display of resiliency. KJ shares her journey of love and the likes of a narcissist who also happens to be a sex addict. Everything was great with him, until it wasn’t, and she shares with her readers how she overcame…encouraging them to do the same. Her courage to share her battle with depression, heartache and shame is a true testament in itself. She has also created a private Facebook group to help, encourage and inspire other women to bloom as well.

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#9 Searching for God in the Garbage by Bracha Goetz

Searching for God in the Garbage by Bracha GoetzGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Experience what goes on inside the mind of a feminist Harvard grad who broke the habits that were imprisoning her in this raw and candid memoir about overcoming food addictions. Learn how to finally and forever fill the inner emptiness by nourishing your uniquely beautiful soul.

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#10 Can Mommy Go To Work? by Christine Michel Carter

Can Mommy Go To Work? by Christine Michel CarterGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Can Mommy Go To Work? is an Amazon best-seller, written to help working moms have the conversation with their kids about why they work so hard.

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#11 The Year of No Nonsense: How to Get Over Yourself and On With Your Life by Meredith Atwood

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The Year of No Nonsense: How to Get Over Yourself and On With Your Life is the upcoming book by Meredith Atwood. This revolutionary book is for the woman who is already amazing, but is ready to take herself to the next level on her terms, to rid herself of the Nonsense that is holding her back from her best health, (pursuit of) happiness, and success–finding her true spirit and self. There is nothing more spiritual or amazing than a women who knows herself. Galley copies available upon request.

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#12 Braving the Wilderness by Brene Brown

Braving the Wilderness by Brene BrownGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

This is a book that will challenge everything you thought you knew about belonging. In a little over 200 pages, Brene manages to analyze and examine where our deep sense of needing to belong comes from and offer one solid, yet shocking truth for some: you DO NOT need to change YOU to truly belong. You just need to actually be your authentic self.

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#13 So Here I Am: Speeches by great women to empower and inspire by Anna Russell

So Here I Am: Speeches by great women to empower and inspire by Anna RussellGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

This anthology of outspoken women throughout history is essential reading for anyone who believes that change is not only possible, it is necessary. The first dedicated collection of seminal speeches by women from around the world, So Here I Am is about women at the forefront of change – within politics, science, human rights and media; discussing everything from free love, anti-war, scientific discoveries, race, gender and women’s rights.

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#14 Women Kind: Unlocking the Power of Women Supporting Women by Dr. Kristin Ferguson

Women Kind: Unlocking the Power of Women Supporting Women by Dr. Kristin FergusonGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Women are rallying together in a massive and unstoppable force to make their voices heard around the world in ways we have never seen before. When Dr Kirstin Ferguson, an Australian company director, decided she was fed up with the vicious online abuse of women she turned the tables and used social media to create the #CelebratingWomen campaign, profiling two women from all walks of life and from anywhere in the world, every day for a year.

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#15 Grit and Grace by Quotabelle

Grit and Grace by QuotabelleGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

From the founders of Quotabelle.com, Grit & Grace is a collection of quotes, stories and sage advice from female trailblazers, creatively designed to inspire modern-day leaders. Grit & Grace is the perfect companion for dreaming up fresh possibilities and translating vision into action. Its pages pair sourced quotations with the uncommon stories of a host of remarkable women, readying today’s leaders to imagine new futures.

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#16 Mrs. Pankhurst’s Purple Feather: Fashion, Fury and Feminism – Women’s Fight for Change by Tessa Boase

Mrs. Pankhurst's Purple Feather: Fashion, Fury and Feminism - Women's Fight for Change by Tessa BoaseGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

This gripping narrative explores two singular heroines – one lionized, the other forgotten – and their rival, overlapping campaigns. Moving from the feather workers’ slums to the highest courtly circles, from the first female political rally to the first forcible feeding, Mrs Pankhurst’s Purple Feather is a unique journey through a society in transformation.

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#17 Power in Numbers: The Rebel Women of Mathematics by Talithia Williams

Power in Numbers: The Rebel Women of Mathematics by Talithia WilliamsGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Power in Numbers: The Rebel Women of Mathematics is a full-color volume that takes aim at the forgotten influence of women on the development of mathematics over the last two millennia. You’ll see each eminent mathematician come to life on each page, women like the astronomer-philosopher Hypatia, theoretical physicist Emmy Noether, and rocket scientist Annie Easley. This book is an affirmation of female genius and a celebration of the boundless applications of mathematics.

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#18 Beautifully Said by Quotabelle

Beautifully Said by QuotabelleGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Beautifully Said is a personal inspiration gallery, containing 21 themed chapters spotlighting women and girls who believe, build, discover, explore, heal, invent, laugh, lead, and more. You’ll love seeing quotes by incredible women from bygone eras, like Eleanor Roosevelt, Ella Fitzgerald, Harriet Tubman, and Audrey Hepburn, as well as contemporary figures like Serena Williams, Amy Poehler, and Malala Yousafzai, as well as noteworthy up-and-comers, including an Everest-scaling mountaineer, a space archaeologist, and a serial entrepreneur. Because sharing ideas and stories is how passions get sparked and role models emerge.

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#19 I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou

I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings by Maya AngelouGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Maya Angelou has shared some of her toughest times during childhood and early life. She talks about struggling with abandonment, discrimination, but also rape and inability to share these difficulties with her family members. Yet, instead of whining over her sad destiny, she reflects on what true love and respect are in a way that is truly inspiring.

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#20 Confessions of a Bad, Ugly Singer by Collette McLafferty

Confessions of a Bad, Ugly Singer by Collette McLaffertyGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

“Confessions of a Bad, Ugly Singer” is a true story of one woman’s fight against a $10,000,000 lawsuit, a sexist media, ageism and corruption within the legal system. In 2014 former edibleRed vocalist Collette McLafferty found herself dragged into a frivolous lawsuit between two men over a P!NK cover band that lasted 2 years. Although the case had little to do with her, the singer woke up to the headline “Singer Sued for Being Too Old and Too Ugly for P!NK Tribute Band”. This “fake news” version of events went viral worldwide.

McLafferty spent the next two years fighting the case and ultimately bringing the man who sued her to justice. Additionally, she fought for legal reform in Albany meeting with elected officials. She battled the headlines while urging women of all walks of life to flaunt their age with pride while starting the #feelnoshame movement. “Confessions of a Bad, Ugly Singer” is a true David and Goliath story with a feminist backbone and a rock and roll heart.

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#21 Badass Affirmations by Becca Anderson

Badass Affirmations by Becca Anderson Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

If you’re looking for something to read that will both inspire you and make you laugh, then this Becca Anderson book is for you. Even better, give it to an amazing woman in your life — a mother, sister, best friend, etc. In it, you will learn pertinent life lessons from some of the most famous, intelligent, brave, and strong women ever, whether it be in politics, entertainment, human rights, etc. Especially, they impart wisdom on how to embrace confidence as a woman, making no apologies for who you are or what you want. Indeed, you are in for quite a literary ride with this one — but then again, that’s par for the course with a book that includes excerpts from the likes of Maya Angelou, Madonna, Margaret Thatcher, Malala Yousafzai, Oprah, and Yoko Ono.

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#22 Straight Up From the Teacup by Toni Dupree

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Toni Tells It Like It Is !In Straight Up From the Tea Cup, Author Toni Dupree prompts you to take a closer look inside yourself to get to the Tea of the Matter. If you desire to have great things come your way, being able to recognize greatness begins with YOU. Toni speaks to THAT person; the GREAT person that may be resting in a dormant state just waiting for you to rise out of mediocrity.As you read, questions may arise such as: What makes me interesting to others?What am I doing that attracts a particular type of person? Why don’t I feel good about a specific situation? That type of self-reflection is a key element as it relates to the purpose of Straight Up From the Tea Cup. Toni lays it all on the line, all in an effort to IGNITE the FIYA in you to begin a dialogue with yourself that will evoke a deeper understanding of, well…YOURSELF! Toni Tells It Like It Is…and YOU can, too!

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#23 Choosing Happiness by Rudrani Devi

Choosing Happiness by Rudrani DeviGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Choosing Happiness is a life-changing book featuring the story of author Rudrani Devi, terrorist attack survivor, intuitive healer, and positivity expert. As one of the few survivors of the Mumbai massacre, Devi was unsure if she would ever walk again. Through a long journey of physical, emotional, and spiritual healing, Devi uses her life story as an example for her 10 pragmatic tools in action. Choosing Happiness offers readers the choice and strength to find unexpected joy in their lives, just like Devi did.

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#24 The Working Woman’s GPS by Jj Digeronimo

The Working Woman's GPS by Jj DigeronimoGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Are you plodding along stuck in the same-old patterns? Has your energy up and left? Are you overworked and overcommitted? Do you let fear keep you from taking the very risk that could energize your life? JJ DiGeronimo realized that during her pursuit to achieve society’s plan for women she was led astray from her best self. She then initiated a life evaluation that effectively enabled her to recalculate her course. In A Working Woman’s GPS, When the Plan to Have it All Leads You Astray, DiGeronimo shares her story and the stories of many women who have worked through their Plan to have it ALL. Through a collection of stories, exercises and advice, DiGeronimo helps women rediscover their own journey and bring energy, wisdom and inspiration back into their lives. In this engaging book, DiGeronimo invites readers to envision and become the women they are supposed to be.

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#25 White Sheets To Brown Babies by Jvonne Hubbard

White Sheets To Brown Babies by Jvonne HubbardGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

It is about a girl raised by the Grand Dragon of the KKK and abandoned by age 15 to make it on her own. A very intense book about overcoming incredible odds against you like Poverty, abuse and neglect.

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#26 Song of a Captive Bird by Jasmin Darznik

Song of a Captive Bird by Jasmin DarznikGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Fiction based on the life of Iranian poet Forugh Farrokhzad, this book follows the life of a woman who found and shared her voice in a repressive and misogynistic society. Song of a Captive Bird follows Farrokhzad from childhood into an unhappy marriage, the pursuit of publication and recognition for her poems, time locked up in an asylum, and through to her untimely death. This book examines the sacrifices and strength of a woman whose gift for writing and refusal to be silent cost her much but also inspired many.

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#27 The Path to Fabulous by kac young

The Path to Fabulous by kac youngGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Inspired by Bette Midler, Albert Einstein and Marlene Morris, The Path to Fabulous is a full-tilt-boogie journey to the rest of your life. This book helps you turn the mundane into the extraordinary and gives you the boost you need to make your life deeper, richer, full of meaning and a heck of a lot more fun. You will learn how to discover your own Fabulousness, how to tap into your Inner Fabulous, and a sure-fire way to enhance your experience of life.

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#28 The Last Cotillion by Thadeus Parkland

The Last Cotillion by Thadeus ParklandGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The Last Cotillion is a story about two woman who overcame adversity to lead successful lives. Their strength, determination, and universal grace let them to impact many other lives in promising ways.

The main premise: Don’t let your past stop you from obtaining your future.

Any person who has suffered from abuse is burdened with self doubt – The Last Cotillion sends a message of hope.

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#29 That’s My Color by Jennifer Thoden

That's My Color by Jennifer ThodenGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

This book shares my story of overcoming the failure of divorce and the pain of losing my daughter to cancer. The book’s goal is to inspire women to use color as a vehicle to move me forward and to give them self confidence. To really love their authentic beauty and to accept who they truly are and aspire to be.

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#30 Grit & Grind by Rhonda Vetere

Grit & Grind by Rhonda VetereGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

IT’S NOT THE CHALLENGES YOU FACE, BUT HOW YOU FACE THEM, THAT MATTERS IN LIFE.

Rhonda Vetere, seasoned C-suite technology veteran, knows firsthand that there’s no such thing as a perfect, struggle-free life. In her work as a global technology executive, she’s faced down some of the biggest financial crises of modern times, and she knows it’s not what challenges you face in life but how you face them that matters.

Grit & Grind uses real-life stories of how Vetere and her team navigate the volatile tech industry and illustrates her simple practice for building confidence in her abilities—no matter what the challenge is.

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#31 WOWsdom! the girl’s guide to the Positive and the Possible by Donna Orender

WOWsdom! the girl's guide to the Positive and the Possible by Donna OrenderGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

WOWsdom! The girl’s guide to the Positive and the Possible is jam-packed with letters, activities, and no-nonsense advice that celebrates the connection of the WOW of girls and the WISDOM of women. In their letters to themselves, women, men, and girls from all walks of life — influencers, artists, athletes, actors, business leaders, entrepreneurs, students, doctors, scientists, and humanitarians — share their hard-earned wisdom for girls of all ages who are seeking guidance and inspiration on their personal and professional journeys.

Using the power of authentic storytelling, WOWsdom! provides encouragement and offer real-world advice to help readers prepare to meet the challenges they’ll face in their lifetimes. The messages of self love, confidence, resilience, leadership, and more resonate with women and girls of every age and every background.

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#32 Depression Hates a Moving Target by Nita Sweeney

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At 49 years of age, grief-stricken, chronically depressed Nita Sweeney takes up running with her dog in an attempt to find a way out of the darkness. Her memoir of pounding the roads with her canine companion will entertain and motivate any reader who has ever fallen into deep despair. Whether or not readers want to follow in her footsteps, they will enjoy reading about her journey.

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#33 This Far By Faith by Faith Fowler

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Through reports nationwide, including the Wall Street Journal and TV news, Americans are discovering Faith Fowler’s ideas for transforming lives in Detroit. Known for her deep faith and creative ideas, Faith serves as one of the city’s leading pastors and as a nonprofit entrepreneur. As a co-founder of a wide array of Cass startups, Faith and her Cass community are turning one of the nation’s most impoverished urban centers into a gold mine of talent and resources.

Now, Faith Fowler shares dozens of inspiring true stories of men and women who found new hope and were able to join in building a healthier community through Cass. Mitch Albom says: The world waits for people like Faith Fowler. … This memoir, like the author herself, is funny, poignant, moving, beautifully staged and oozing with a commitment to a simple yet profound idea: that other people are worth the trouble.

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#34 Camouflaged Sisters by Lila Holley

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With the shift of awarenesss more women are coming forth with all the ways they are STRONG. Women in Power are understanding the strength in their ability to thrive at times of their lives when they often feel the lowest. No longer silent and uniting in commonalities, women are changing the narrative. Many times as a woman, what is expected and forced onto as gender roles traps them in silence.

They are now speaking, they are sharing their stories of healing, building, and thriving! Mental health has been affected tremendously by the constraints and glass ceilings. We live together knowing that their is unfair, biased, unethically treatment of women and we say nothing. Here are 6 Women in Power that have proven that there is strength unseen that must be exposed. In their shared projects they speak for those who haven’t been able, they are creating communities of power! The Transformation is occuring and every women should read the new books and movements impacting the world globally!

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#35 Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston

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There isn’t a stronger woman in all of American Literature than Janie Mae Crawford. She loses and finds herself over the course of three tumultuous decades (and relationships) in the deep south that threaten to overtake her. Hurston’s story is a testament to the courage as well as the resilience of women.

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#36 Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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This classic early nineteenth century love story has all the makings of a soap opera and plenty of plucky moments from its main character, Elizabeth Bennet. Lizzy is smart, quick-witted, and the last woman in all of England to be impressed by a man of wealth, pride, and privilege. Austen’s tale reveals the stereotypes both sexes can fall prey to when beginning a relationship.

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#37 The Awakening by Kate Chopin

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When it comes to early feminism, there is no contest — Kate Chopin’s protagonist Edna Pontellier takes the women’s lib cake. During the end of the nineteenth century, Edna’s decision to leave her husband and child and take a lover was considered a revolutionary act. Chopin’s unorthodox depiction of one woman’s struggle to fight against the restraints southern society placed on her is still the benchmark of our times a century later.

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