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By Charlotte Perkins-Gilman. Written in 1909, Perkins-Gilman envisages a country entirely populated by women, into which three men find their way. The women have lived in their single-sex society for two millennia, having perfected virgin birth. The women live a peaceful, cooperative and ecologically aware existence in a society that venerates motherhood above all else.… Continue reading Herland