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Posted September 11, 2010
Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel for TeensReadToo.com
A mother and daughter attempt to find their place in the world and both women struggle with the same issue - the powers of female persuasion.
As a young woman, Caty moves in with her aunt and uncle to become a properly educated young lady. Her aunt displays the art of flirting. Confused, at first Caty dislikes flirting, but as she comes to understand its powers, she herself employs the art.
Years later, her own daughter questions the same issue when she sees Caty flirting. Will Cornelia begin to understand the powers of flirting and how it can empower women?
THE FAMILY GREENE portrays family life before and after the American Revolution, focusing on the women of the family while also briefly touching upon the issues of slavery and the education of women.
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