Nikolai Chernyshevsky, What is to be Done?, Chapter 3.25-32

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Here we analyze Vera’s moral revolution and the ways in which the great woman of the future would approach human life in economics and in love. She is a woman of unbelievable competence in running the dress-making establishment, and a concerned hub of community, and a woman whose love can attach to others, if they want it. We should take her as the portrait of womanly perfection, so far!

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