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The Caucasian Chalk Circle, a play written by Brecht in 1948, is also a parable about survival based on a Chinese myth.

Concubines and Bondservants: a Social History, a nonfiction book written by Maria Jaschok in 1999, explores the history and social impact of prostitution in China.

No Exit, a play written by Jean Paul Sartre in 1944, shows the reactions of four people stuck in an impossible situation who are forced to explore who they really are.

The Threepenny Opera is a play written by Brecht in 1928. It answers the question of whether goodness pays in the world with a negative answer.

Dilemmas of a Double Life: Women Balancing Careers and Relationships is a collection of essays edited by Nancy B. Katreider and published in 1997. It discusses the problems of working women in the United States trying to meet the demands of work and family life.

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