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"Duty" by Ellen Sturgis Hooper is a compelling and thought-provoking novel that explores the complexities of duty and obligation. The story follows the protagonist as she grapples with the expectations placed upon her by society, family, and herself.

Hooper expertly delves into the internal struggle of the main character, showcasing the conflicting emotions and choices she must make in order to fulfill her responsibilities. The author's prose is rich and engaging, drawing the reader in and creating a vivid picture of the protagonist's inner turmoil.

Overall, "Duty" is a powerful and poignant story that resonates with readers on a deep level. Hooper's exploration of duty and its impact on one's life is both insightful and thought-provoking, making this novel a must-read for anyone interested in themes of responsibility and obligation.

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volunteers bring you 25 recordings of Duty by Ellen Sturgis Hooper.
This was the Weekly Poetry project for October 4, 2020.
Ellen Sturgis Hooper was an American poet. A member of the Transcendental Club, she was widely regarded as one of the most gifted poets among the New England Transcendentalists. Her work is occasionally reprinted in anthologies. She is a new author in the Catalog. - Summary by Wikipedia

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