"When I died I was 38, you know? I was sick for 10 weeks, I had a daughter, Pilates didn't exist, so my physique wasn't exactly like that." A Twitter user dressed as Mary Wollstonecraft, with a glass of champagne in hand, parodies the reaction that the writer would have had to the tribute they just paid her in London: a statue in metallic gray, made of bronze, where you can see a small naked body emerging from what seems a giant wave. "The point is that Vindication of women's rights it is a book that argues that men and women should receive the same education, but it is not so much about silver tits. "
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