Engage in stimulating conversation about the classics, exchange perspectives about characters and plot, and get to know your neighbors.
Read Lélia by George Sand. Regarded as one of Sand's best novels, Lélia is an important document in the evolution of women's consciousness. Published in 1833, when Sand was 29, it stunned Victorians by advocating the same standard of morality for men and women and by suggesting that both the prostitute and the married woman were slaves to male desire.
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