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Elizabeth Bennet
10 Reasons Why Elizabeth Bennet From Austen’s Pride And Prejudice Is Relatable Even Today

Elizabeth Bennet is one of Jane Austen's most memorable characters. Here are 10 reasons the author lists, why she is also very relatable to modern women.

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I Will Always Find A Way… No Matter What

Her father forbade her to go for the position as he feared that her status as a working woman would wreck her chances of marriage.

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Choose Yourself For Yourself

We teach people how to treat us by how we treat ourselves. Don't ever let anyone disrespect you for your choices and lifestyle. Love yourself.

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Once Upon A Traffic Jam

Women empowerment is not only present in air-conditioned offices, posh board rooms, online petitions and conferences with keynote speakers. Often the concept thrives in the small rooms of households that we don't even consider.

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The Unborn One

A heart warming poem from an expecting mother to her unborn girl, " I am terrified of an error, No wiser than the next personm, But the wisest to you.

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That Lovely Gesture By A Stranger Helped Me Look Past The Big Bad City Stereotype

Big cities are often considered to be soulless masses of people rushing around. But one young woman who moved from a small town to the capital experienced otherwise. A heartwarming story.

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My Tryst With Tea

The author, a connoisseur of tea, shares her fascination for various kinds of teas. Are you a tea-lover?

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A poem which talks about varied labels and the process of constantly reinventing oneself.

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