The Woman Who Toils (Pdf)
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troubled by thcir struggle all of us recognize the misery of their surroundings the paucity of their moral and sthetic inspiration by thcir struggle all of us recognize the misery of their surroundings the paucity of their moral and sthetic inspiration lack of opportunity for physical development All of us have a longing pronounced or latent ' to help them to
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Excerpt from The Woman Who Toils Being the Experiences of Two Gentlewomen as Factory GirlsAny journey into the world any research
IN LITERATURE ANY STUDY OF SOCIETYliterature any study Of society the xistence' of two distinct classes designated as the rich and the poor the fortunate and the unfortu nate the upper and the lower the ducated and the uneducated and
a further variety Of opposing pithets Few Of us who belong to the former cate gory have comefurther variety Of opposing The Survey Vol 37 epithets Few Of us who belong to the former cate gory have come than brief contact with the labourers who in the factories orlsewhere .
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