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A "life for three"

Mary placed the "home" at the center of her philosophy, her life and her work were governed by the struggle for women's emancipation. Unfortunately, the fact that everyone was aware that she was dealing with two lovers and that she had offered them a "life for three", that she had an illegitimate daughter and that she had attempted suicide, all these facts destroyed her reputation. It was only in the seventies of the twentieth century, two centuries later, that Mary re-emerged as the forerunner and mother of feminism.


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