The letters of this 1910s ex-prostitute tell a story of urban life for women still relevant today
Nina Renata Aron

Class. Gender has issues that are much, much easier to deal with. If you grew up in a trailer, don’t know how to do proper finances, and your accent is thicker than Mississippi mud, you are going to have much harder life to plow than someone who grew up completely bourgeois.

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