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It was very cute. Loved the clash of grumpy bear and bouncy bunny.

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Excellent! at 100 pages it is just the right length for a quick read, but I underlined a lot :) Silber doesn't fully examine the role of Gender, focusing primarily on differences between northern and southern white women, but there are a few passages about African American women and men as well. A good starting place, with a thoughtful examination of how the perception of women changed before, during and after the war.

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This research further convinced my UCLA Shakespeare prof that Edward de Vere was the man who wrote the Shakespeare plays. From everything she's said and what I've read of this book so far, I gotta say I'm pretty convinced. The argument for the man from Stratford is pretty weak with many unexplainable conflicts and contradictions whereas the "Oxford" theory (de Vere was Earl of Oxford and is referred to by his named title) has countless intriguing anecdotes and evidence that account for much more of the broad and specific knowledge found in the Shakespeare plays. I think it's only a matter of time before the Oxfordists overcome the undereducated, uncultured man from Stratford.