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Twenty Tales by Twenty Women is a book first published in 1903. It contains twenty essays from women that tells of their lives in Chicago at the turn of the twentieth century. A fascinating glimpse into the lives of women who were judged and ostracised from society, having fallen on hard times. Stories include: The Diary of a Chicago Girl; The Life Story of a Southern Widow; A Story of the Chicago Ghetto; A Woman of Thirty-Eight; A Forecast; A Daughter of Proud Kentucky; My Lover's Bequest; The Victim of a Drug; What Happened to a Girl Who Flirted; Sold at a Fixed Price; A Story of Suicide Bridge; Two Babes and Two Mothers; Not Guilty; My Lover’s Daughter; As Told to a Clergyman; A Story of Stage Life; A Trip Across the Lake; One Woman’s Way; A Story of the Levee; and, A Scientific Phenomenon.
This book has 85,895 words, 145 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1903.
Production notes: This ebook of Twenty Tales by Twenty Women was published by Global Grey on the 6th September 2022. The artwork used for the cover is 'Crying Girl on the Sofa' by Peder Knudsen.
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