Table of contents:
- Diary of a Young Girl
- Forever and ever
- How to be a woman
- Pride and Prejudice
- Color magenta
- The Unbearable Lightness of Being
- Second floor
- The Handmaid's Tale
- Bitch in the house
Video: 10 books every woman should read
2023 Author: James Gerald | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-24 12:31
You can't resist a good book. Nothing beats the feeling when the plot of a new work captures you completely and you plunge into the cycle of fictional events, breaking away from reality. But some books are more than just enjoyable reading. When you turn the last page, you realize that you will not be the same again. That is why we have selected 10 books that any woman should read. Read on and get better.
Why: to always believe in a dream.
An enchanting tale that teaches us to believe and not give up. After reading it, life will become brighter and more pleasant, and the universe itself will help you achieve your goals.
Diary of a Young Girl
Why: to always be courageous.
The famous 13-year-old Anne Frank wrote this diary for two years while hiding from the Nazis in occupied Holland. Anna herself did not live to see the publication of the book, because her whole family as a result of betrayal ended up in a concentration camp, where Anna died. Her father survived, who published the diary.
Forever and ever
Why: as a reminder that teenage years are not as cloudless as we thought.
This book is exciting and shocking at the same time. Adults will appreciate the honest description of the life story of the girl Katerina, who falls in love for the first time.
How to be a woman
Why: because this book tells us how to be a woman here and now.
Caitlyn Moran's witty prose is frequently featured in British newspapers and magazines, and her popularity is incredible because she regularly raises questions such as should we use Botox? do men secretly hate us? Why does everyone ask women when they are going to have a baby? To some, this may seem too feminist, but there are really a lot of interesting thoughts in this book.
Pride and Prejudice
Why: a reminder that a woman of any class and culture should not marry without thinking.
This novel was first published in 1813, and since then it has only gained more fans. Elizabeth Bennett wittily comments on the manners of 19th century England and ironically perceives those around her. She is the second of five daughters from a mother who is obsessed with the idea of successfully marrying them off. And when she meets Mr. Darcy, whose pride is no less than her own, the story becomes even more interesting. If you haven't read this book yet, head to the store!
Why: just for inspiration.
Oddly enough, the film based on this book is as good as the original work. This book describes the 20-year history of an uneducated African American girl, Seli, who writes to God, and her sister, Neti. The book is unadorned about sexual violence and cruelty, but a strong and innocent girl overcomes everything. The ending in the book is the most inspiring.
The Unbearable Lightness of Being
Why: to reflect on what love is.
Another confession, about which every woman who reads it only responds to an excellent degree. This is the story of the life of Thomas (a Czechoslovak surgeon), his wife Teresa and his mistress Sabina. The action takes place in Prague in the spring of 1968 and in the following turbulent years. This is a book about three different kinds of love. Will they be able to reconcile with each other? Read on and find out.
Simone de Beauvoir
Why: to remember that we are not second-class people.
This book launched the second wave of feminism. This is an epic tour from the dawn of humanity to the modern world of the 1940s. The evolution of culture, economics and societal prejudices is revealed against the backdrop of history. Extensive and in-depth studies have been conducted in an attempt to answer one simple question: "Why have women always been perceived by men as second-class people?" The book is not the easiest to read, but still very, very worthwhile.
The Handmaid's Tale
Why: to remember that the world we live in is not so bad.
This dystopia is written in the science fiction genre. Events develop in the future, during the totalitarianism of the Christian theocracy, which seized the government. The book tells the story of the fate of enslaved women and the different ways in which they achieve their status. Women have no bank accounts, no jobs, they are not even allowed to read. This book has a profound impact on readers and is therefore a must-read.
Bitch in the house
Why: so as not to think that you are alone.
This book is a collection of short stories about marriage, motherhood, work, love, loss and life. All stories are brilliantly honest and amazingly close to every married woman. While reading, you feel as if you are talking with a friend.
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