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Date: 2009-06-25 10:56 pm (UTC)
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Hi Amy, please don't feel like you have to subscribe to a certain viewpoint to join in the discussion here--all genuine, respectful, opinions and readings are welcome here.

I think it is great that you had trouble relating to a lot of the social stereotyping in the book--it is something to rejoice indeed :)

Maybe in a couple of years, it will speak to me more than it does now.

I am always fascinated by the way that I can get a completely different reading from a book, or even a song, on a second reading years later, this is something that happens to me a lot and I really enjoy
finding the difference. While i sounds like I got a very different reading to you this time around, I imagine I will have a very different one again myself in a few years :)


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