Feminism is a movement that argues for women's rights and full gender equality across all aspects of culture, politics, economics, and even daily life. It began to gain traction in the nineteenth century over such issues as divorce, married women's property rights, women's education, and women's right to vote. In literary circles, it was expressed as a demand for women to be taken...
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