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"Could Stephen have met men on equal terms, she would always have chosen them as her companions; she preferred them because of their blunt, open outlook, and with men she had much in common—sport for instance. But men found her too clever if she ventured to expand, and too dull if she suddenly subsided into shyness. In addition to this there was something about her that antagonized slightly, an unconscious presumption. Shy though she might be, they sensed this presumption; it annoyed them, it made them feel on the defensive. She was handsome but much too large and unyielding both in body and mind, and they liked clinging women. They were oak-trees, preferring the feminine ivy. It might cling rather close, it might finally strangle, it frequently did, and yet preferred it, and this being so, they resented Stephen, suspecting something of the acorn about her."
After learning more and more about granulated sugar in my anthropology of food course, I am trying to quite eating it. Sugar and I have had a strong relationship for far too long, and I want to give it up. I want sugar to become an indulgence, an every-once-in-a-while treat and stop being a…
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