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Gloriana, or The Revolution of 1900

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Gloriana, or The Revolution of 1900 by Florence Dixie is a thought-provoking and gripping novel set in a futuristic society where women reign supreme. The story follows the young protagonist Gloriana, who finds herself thrust into a world where men are subservient to women and must adhere to strict rules and regulations.

Dixie deftly explores themes of gender roles, power dynamics, and societal expectations in a bold and imaginative way. The world-building in the novel is intricate and detailed, painting a vivid picture of a society that is both fascinating and unsettling. The characters are well-developed and multi-dimensional, making it easy for readers to become emotionally invested in their fates.

The plot is full of twists and turns, keeping the reader on the edge of their seat until the very end. Dixie's writing is elegant and engaging, drawing the reader into the story and making them question their own beliefs and assumptions about gender and power.

Overall, Gloriana, or The Revolution of 1900 is a captivating and provocative read that will leave readers thinking long after they've finished the last page. It is a timely and important book that challenges societal norms and encourages readers to question the status quo.

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At the age of twelve, Gloriana de Lara dreams of the day that women are no longer second-class citizens, be able to vote, can aspire to any career open to men. She makes a solemn vow in front of her mother, Speranza, that she will make her dream reality, or die trying. Some years later, she reappears in the guise of Hector D’Strange, and starts her revolution to free women from oppression. Written by gender equality and women’s suffrage activist Lady Florence Dixie in 1890, Gloriana has no shortage of self-confident, heroic and forceful women.

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