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the witch doesn't burn in this one

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The witch: supernaturally powerful, inscrutably independent, and now—indestructible. These moving, relatable poems encourage resilience and embolden women to take control of their own stories. Enemies try to judge, oppress, and marginalize her, but the witch doesn’t burn in this one.

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45 printed pages
Publication year
2018
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Impressions

    Eleonora Mattosshared an impression3 years ago
    👎Give This a Miss
    🙈Lost On Me
    💧Soppy

    The only reason I read this is because I absolutely loved the first book (the princess saves herself in this one), but this book really disappointed me.
    The author uses the same exact idea for the entire book, and it is just incredibly annoying. Her intention was to talk about feminism, but all she does is trash men. She acts like every single men on earth is a bunch of crap and we, women, should burn them like men from 16th century burnt women they thought were witches.
    I liked the idea of a book dedicated to women’s empowerment, and I really enjoy the author’s style. However, I dislike the message of vengeance she tried to convey. I truly believe women should encourage other women to be better than the men who raped them, not bend down to their level.

    Mich Alpizarshared an impression3 years ago
    👍Worth reading
    🔮Hidden Depths
    💡Learnt A Lot
    🎯Worthwhile

    No he leído muchos poemarios. Pero sin duda este es uno que nunca olvidaré, gracias por darme fuerza cuando sentía que la perdía

    Мариshared an impression2 years ago
    👍Worth reading
    🔮Hidden Depths
    🎯Worthwhile
    💞Loved Up
    🚀Unputdownable

    Despite the repetition parts that were a bit too long, I enjoyed this book a lot. Must read!

Quotes

    wivhas quoted2 years ago
    some
    fathers
    will
    c r a c k
    their
    daughter’s
    teeth
    with skinned
    knuckles
    &
    when
    her lover’s
    fist
    comes
    for her
    she will
    offer him
    an open-lipped
    smile.
    “it’s just like home,”
    she’ll say.
    Paula Bhas quoted3 years ago
    women,

    old women,

    poor women,

    trans women,

    queer women,

    jewish women,

    women of color,
    Letras Escondidashas quoted4 years ago
    haven’t you
    ever wished
    you could
    dance
    in the ashes
    of everyone who
    ever doubted
    your worth
    & scoffed at
    your words?

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