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This e-book explores the way in which older girls are represented in society. via shut readings of novels via significant twentieth century novelists, in comparison with the extra dominant representations of lady getting old to be present in pop culture it means that they provide a feminist realizing of the 'invisible' girl occasionally missing in feminism itself.

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