Women Who Run with the Wolves - Women Who Run With the Wolves: Introductory Material & Book 1, The Howl: Resurrection of the Wild Woman Summary & Analysis

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Women Who Run With the Wolves: Introductory Material & Book 1, The Howl: Resurrection of the Wild Woman Summary and Analysis

The author begins by introducing herself. She makes readers very comfortable by being personal, even through the distance of the written word. One feels befriended by the time the introduction has concluded. Like with a job interview, readers will also feel assured of her qualifications.

Next, the author addresses the pain related resulting from bad experiences, which some of the female population have endured. There are always people who have a better environment in which to thrive, and there are those who have troubles to varying degrees of severity. The author looks at how it has been for those women in America who were not treated well. She then shows how...

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