I have read… none. and I (still) call myself a student of english literature. In addition, yes I have vagina and boobs, practically am a woman and 22 this May. #silent
According to Love Twenty, women in their twenties are supposed to read diet books and novels about shopping. I disagree. Here are my suggestions for novels you should read if you’re a woman in your twenties.
1. The Awakening by Kate Chopin (1899)
This classic novel about female sexuality and personal exploration during the turn of the century is one of the first novels to explore casual sex on the part of a woman — a married woman. But it’s not all about sex. It’s about a woman as a person, not a gender. What does it mean to make oneself happy? What must one sacrifice to be independent? Is it considered selfish to go after what one wants? How can desires be reconciled with social norms? The list of woman-centric existential questions The Awakening explores goes on.
2. Daughters of the North/ The Carhullan Army by Sarah Hall…
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