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The future is female – but actually the past is too!

By France24
01 April 2021   |   10:36 am
The future is female – that's the rallying cry. But as part of Women's History Month, we're looking to the past, with two female writers who have created some remarkable female characters in their delightful historical novels that are coming out in French published by Editions Belfond.

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