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Day 369

Excerpt from my AP Lit paper...

A woman cannot be kind in society's eyes without fitting in first. There is nothing kind about defying convention, breaking the rules, or in the gilded age, having a skirt that was hemmed above the knee. Being kind has always been about having others in mind, but what happens when women decide to put their own freedom first? This question is explored in The Age of Innocence, Daisy Miller, and “In Mind”, all individually giving a view into the life of a woman unlike anyone the protagonist has met before.

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