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This is a book review/report for the book titled, Daughters of Eve authored by Lois Duncan, an acclaimed suspense and fiction author for young teenagers. This book was originally published in 1990, but was later edited and published in 2011 by Little, Brown Books.
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Download file to see previous pages... The teacher, uses her twisted logic and ideas to get revenge on those men and advises the girls, the so called “daughters of eve” to do the same on the men mistreating them in their lives (Duncan 46). The biblical Eve ate the forbidden fruit and was able to know the difference between right or wrong; in other words, her mind and eyes were opened. It can be argued that, Duncan Lois, insinuates that, the mistreatment by men in her life were eye and mind opener for her. This is what she teaches and advices the girls, thus, the reason for the title “Daughters of ...Download file to see next pagesRead More
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