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MARCH is Women's History Month- Celebrate Remarkable Women
Lets go back in time and understand why we should be PROUD
to be a woman!!
Jane Austen (1775 – 1817)

“The person, be it gentleman or lady, who has not pleasure in a good novel, must be intolerably stupid.”

Portrait of Jane Austen circa 1790
The OG rom-com queen, Jane Austen defined an  entire literary genre  with her shrewd social observations and wit. Born into a family of eight children in England, Austen started writing her now classic novels, such as  Pride and Prejudice  and Sense and Sensibility, in her teens.
Her novels are funny, endearing, and questioned women’s roles within society. Austen had to hide her identity as the author of some of the  most popular novels  of her day and it wasn’t until her death that her brother, Henry, revealed to the public that she was the real author. Her literary influence remains and the  themes and lessons  from her novels still hold up today.
Anne Frank (1929 – 1945)

“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”

A 12 year old Anne Frank doing her homework
The Diary of Anne Frank  is one of the most honest, powerful and poignant accounts of World War II and was written by a German teenage girl. The Franks were a Jewish family living in Germany, then Austria  throughout Hitler’s rise to power  and during World War II. The family hid in a secret annex with four other  people throughout the war  but were discovered and sent to concentration camps in 1944. Out of the Frank family, only Anne’s father survived, and he made the decision to publish Anne’s diary.
The Diary of Anne Frank has been translated into almost 70 languages and is an intimate portrayal of one of the most inhumane moments in history and is able to educate us on the universal human qualities of emotion, passion, love, hope, desire, fear and strength.
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