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Literature’s Top Stepmothers

Poor stepmothers everywhere! There’s no denying that they have been misrepresented terribly in culture, mostly thanks to fairy tales like Snow White, Cinderella and Hansel and Gretel. But of course, the ‘Evil Stepmother’ is not the only famous characterisation there is. Today, we’ll talk about 3 well-known stepmothers in literature: an evil one, a good […]

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Perfect Books for a Mother’s Day Gift

When it comes to choosing the right gift for your mother this Mother’s Day, books may not be the first thing on your mind. But instead of flowers or knick-knacks, a book may just be the most meaningful gift you can get for her. Source: You can even take it one step further by […]

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