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  • A groundbreaking, earthquaking vision, a story and a manifesto, and a literary performance so energetic it almost demands to be read aloud . . . Readers who like to underline striking passages will need to keep their pencils sharp

    John Self, Guardian
  • The first Italian feminist novel ... her voice brings us back to the present, with the dose of courage needed to freely choose one's destiny

    La Repubblica
  • Powerful

    Luigi Pirandello
  • What makes A Woman stand out is the rawness of its story ... and the fact that Aleramo was ahead of her time

    Caroline Moorehead, TLS

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