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You see, Hedda Gabbler is really very relevant to the modern woman because it is about the perils of trying to live through men.
-- Bridget (The Art of Concentration paragraph 15)

Importance: Bridget Jones, working on her screenplay adaptation of Hedda Gabler, argues that trying to live through men is dangerous. This is ironic, since she will attempt to relive part of her youth through Rockster. Ironically, she believes that the only way she can be happy is with a man.

Am perfect mother and sensual woman with sensual possibilities.
-- Bridget (Women Change Their Minds paragraph 4)

Importance: As Bridget loses weight and steps back out into the dating world, she realizes that she is an attractive woman and an incredibly good mother. She realizes she can be both a sexually appealing woman and a devoted mother at the same time.

Has technology become another element now? Is that it?
-- Bridget (Dark Night of the Soul paragraph 27)

Importance: Social media, especially its use through platforms like smart phones and laptops, has made technology necessary...

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