Books Every Woman Should Read in Their Lifetime
"Books are the nourishment of the world. Without books in life, it is like no sunlight; without books in wisdom, it is like birds without wings."
1. Doll House
In the early days, the status of women was relatively underground. In married life, women were like servants. There were even various rules in society that stipulated women's three obedience and four virtues.
The book "House of Dolls" talks about many equal relationships between men and women, which is very suitable for married women to read.
2. Vanity Fair
A woman’s love sometimes seems silly, at least in the eyes of his friends and relatives. In Vanity Fair, two women with different pursuits have experienced a rich love life.
They have happiness, joys, and sorrows, and control over money. They show the feelings of the two women in Ukiyo-e.
Many women live the ordinary lives of many people. After marriage, women always have their own troubles. Life is like rape. You can only follow it and make yourself more comfortable. And "Escape" deeply portrays the emotional life of ordinary women.
"Escape" is not a single feminine novel, but a novel that explores the eternal theme of female growth. It is not only a reproduction of rural life in Western Canada but also a deep exploration of human nature in the universal sense.
4. Little women
The life of an ordinary family is actually more likely to resonate with women. "Little Women," tells the story of four sisters in an ordinary family.
Although poor, they have been living positively. It is one of the famous American books.
5. White roses and red roses
"White Rose and Red Rose" is Zhang Ailing’s classic work. Zhang Ailing uses delicate brush strokes to describe the secret psychology and complexity of ordinary people, showing people’s emotions and marriage life when the Chinese and Western cultures converged in the 1930s and 1940s.
It reveals the tragic life that women can hardly get rid of in the patriarchal society under the integration of tradition and modernity.
6. To Kill a Mockingbird
"Killing a Mockingbird" is a novel published in 1960 by American female writer Harper Lee. The subject matter of the story involves serious issues such as racial inequality and rape, and its style is still warm and interesting.
7. The Second Sex
8. Madame Curie Biography
9. The Bible in 52 Weeks
10. Jane Eyre
11. The Hours: A Novel
- Some things are worth losing because we will always remember them.
- I want a love that is destined to have no future, I want the streets in the dark, let the wind blow and rain, and no one will wonder where I am.
- You must see life thoroughly, you must face life truthfully, and understand the essence of life when you finally understand life, you can truly love life, and then you are willing to let it go.
12. The Bell Jar
13. Lean In
15. The Time In Between
- Soft, this word is really appropriate to describe her eyes. The most appropriate word among all the attributives is this word.
- Miss Smith, please allow me to propose to you. Guess my mystery and my intention at a glance.
- Perhaps, it is precisely because of our imperfections that we become each other's, perfect companions.
17. The Help
- We are just two different people, but there is no insurmountable barrier between us.
- Sincere feelings and sincere help between people are irrelevant.
- The estrangement between people has always been my imagination.
18. The Lover
19. Stray Birds
20. Love in the Time of Cholera
21. The Summer Before Darkness
- To learn a language is to breathe in the language! Soak in it! Live!
- Now you are young and young, but you have quickly entered middle age, it is not easy to figure out when you have entered from one stage to another.
- Young people in countries with low levels of education and lack of food and clothing have no choice but to rely on stealing, eating one meal and one meal, not knowing what kind of life they want to live.
22. Gone with the Wind
24. The Happiness Project
25. A Dream of Red Mansions
A Dream of Red Mansions, one of my country's four great masterpieces, is very suitable for women to read. It depicts the destiny of all women under the suppression of feudal society.
Most women find it difficult to find their own happiness, and even if they are brave enough to pursue it, they often have no good end later.
So that was my article for today. I hope you guys enjoyed it. If you share this article with your friends, family, and coworkers then they will find some of the most inspiring, impactful, and amazing books on this list.