If women lived in a different country from men, and had never read any of their writings, they would have had a literature of their own.

Unable to educate her sons, or impress them with respect,–for it is not a play on words to assert, that people are never respected, though filling an important station, who are not respectable,–she pines under the anguish of unavailing impotent regret.

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