The Paris Wife: A Novel, by Paula McLain Hadley Richardson, Hemingway’s first wife, is the perfect person to reveal Ernest Hemmingway to us -- and also to immerse us in the incredibly exciting and volatile world of Jazz-age Paris.
When you first read this quote, it seems somewhat negative and harsh. But when given further consideration, one begins to realize that something as simple as helping your own gender should be natural and automatic. Women empowering one another should be instinctual, and going against this instinct should face the ultimate punishment, according to Madeline Albright.
You know. I have heard this a few times over the past few weeks. Finally a co-worker explained that this is a misconception of people who don't let themselves be run over or taken advantage of. I think I like this.