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Wednesday evening. November 30, 2016.
A feminist Thoreau...my article on Anne LaBastille woods woman of the Adirondacks for @lithub https://t.co/M0TFDlwbM9 — Rafia Zakaria (@rafiazakaria) November 30, 2016
A feminist Thoreau...my article on Anne LaBastille woods woman of the Adirondacks for @lithub https://t.co/M0TFDlwbM9
To jump straight to Rafia Zakaria’s article, follow the link to A Feminist Thoreau at Literary Hub.
Lance Mannion on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 in Life in these United States, Your morning paper | Permalink
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