2 pages (500 words)
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being soft, emotional and in some ways feminine. Women in Herland raise their children, love, nurture, and care them for having them as their own as they literally own them solely. Until an experiment to reproduce with the presence of a man is recommended by some physicians and allow the union of Van and Ellador just before the novel ends to make way of producing children that they will call them as their offspring, perhaps by means of sexual reproduction, although at the beginning of their relationship friendly treatment with each other and not stereo-typical lover is suggested.