the sister of the south

The Sister Of The South by Emily Rodda

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Emily Rodda
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This is the first of a series of articles where I will be looking at how copywriters can use AI in their work. The AI concept has gained a lot of attention recently and we are finally starting to see its applications. We will look at one example from the world of fiction writing, THE SISTER OF THE SOUTH by Emily Rodda.The "Sister" is a character in Rodda's novel about two young women growing up together in the 1980s and early 1990s. The "Sister" is really an imaginary adult male character who comes into the lives of these two girls as they were growing up in this fictional version of Birmingham, Alabama, USA.In this book Rodda explores how women deal with being treated like outsiders by society. Being raised by an

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Fautaur
"The Sister of the South is a book that is challenging for me to read. I don't read protest literature or literature about the struggle against oppression, but this book is exactly that. It challenges you to think beyond your own self-interest. It forces you to look at the world from a place of integrity instead of manipulation. It reminds you that even if you are losing a war on a particular front, there are other fronts to fight for, and that there are victories to be
Akijar
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Doushicage
Thank you for your support!Praise for THE SISTER OF THE SOUTHThe Independent Review of Books"Rodda's book will be a welcome addition to the growing body of feminist and queer historical narratives."The Interpreter"An elegant history of lesbianism in the British Empire."В  The Interpreter"It is a fascinating story and a useful book. I was very impressed with the level of detail Rodda has managed to gather, especially on
Mozil
I needed to write a literature review about The Sister Of The South and The Lottery books. I read The Sister Of The South with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Emily Rodda is a wonderful writer.