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The terror of feminism

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Portrait of an Unknown Woman by Ivan Kramskoi

From Anna Karenina, by Leo Tolstoy:

He began to think of her, of what she was thinking and feeling. For the first time he pictured vividly to himself her personal life, her ideas, her desires, and the idea that she could and should have a separate life of her own seemed to him so alarming that he made haste to dispel it.

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