Read this : “Where the Red Fern Grows” is feminist AF

By | February 23, 2021
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This guide takes place in rural Oklahoma. I actually grew up there and know through experience that it’s home in order to tons of conservatives. But the book is certainly incredibly feminist. The main character, Billy, has several incedents where he whines. At no point is this individual told to “man up”. Their family is willing to talk to your pet about what he’s going through. He is given compassion when he’s feeling their feelings. He is comfortable talking about the reason why he’s upset, and gets suggestions about why his feelings are usually valid. I’m amazed that this guide is so progressive, especially considering just how long ago it was published. I cherished it as a kid and I are aware of it influenced so many children.
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