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The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

She is without doubt one of the most admired poets of the 20thcentury and her heart wrenching and honest lyrics give an insight into Plath’s own struggle with mental health and the troubles that came with a difficult marriage to the poet, Ted Hughes.

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4 Non Fiction Books to Inspire Every Woman

    Michelle Obama- Becoming Finally, the most anticipated book of 2018 is here. This honest and warm memoir takes us from Obama’s childhood in Chicago to her experiences as the First Lady of the United States of America. This beautifully written memoir reveals the anxieties of having to deal with the harrowing events in America during her husband’s presidency whilst it offers an insight into her own personal struggles as both a mother and a wife. She is one of the world’s most influential icons, making this an important book that inspires generations as she discusses the problems with politics in the twenty-first century and the hope we must keep. To follow the release of her book, Obama will...

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Our Must Read Books This Month

Ordinary People By Diana Evans Centered around the lives of two couples after the initial excitement of love, weddings, and coupledom. Instead, Evans, weaves a story around the explosive effects of life after children, the compromises made, the everyday chores and the constant child duties.   Circe by Madeline Miller A beautiful unputdownable read, taking you into a world of the Greek gods. Circe has all the ingredients of an epic novel, with a complex heroine, bloodshed, and adventure. Prepare to be captivated from the moment you start reading!     The Mars Room by Rachel Kushner Not for the faint-hearted, Rachel Kushner depicts life in a women’s correctional facility in California. We follow Romy Hall, a 29-year-old single mother...

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