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Sworn to secrecy Bound by loyaltyIt's the high school's most exclusive club but now a twisted mind is leading it Who will be the first victim?The girls at Modesta High School feel like they're stuck in some anti feminist time warp they're faced with sexism at every turn and they've had enough Sponsored by their new art teacher Ms Stark they band together to form the Daughters of Eve It's than a school club it's a secret society a sisterhood At first it seems like they are actually changing the way guys at school treat them But Ms Stark urges them to take vindictive action and it starts to feel like revenge brutal revenge Blinded by their oath of loyalty the Daughters of Eve become instruments of vengeance Can one of them break the spell before real tragedy strikes?


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    I have to say I'm pretty shocked by some of the reactions to this book that have been posted here As a staunch feminist I have no problem at all with Daughters of Eve In fact I'd bet money that Duncan is a self proclaimed feministI think people are misreading this book as an anti feminist crusade when in reality it's a commentary on radicalism gone out of control Most of the young women portrayed in this book are victims of chauvinism in varying degrees Fran is struggling to be taken seriously as a budding woman scientist Ann is faced with the unenviable choice of having a baby or pursuing a career as an artist Ruth is deemed a second class citizen in a male dominated household and Laura is devalued for being heavy in a world that prizes stick figures I challenge anybody who claims that Duncan doesn't portray these situations as unfair They're also sadly realistic which only add to the book's strengthPersonally I felt great pleasure when the Daughters of Eve meted out Peter's punishment in the woods even though their actions were thoroughly criminal It's when the women become so consumed with rage that they feel invincible that troubles occur friendships break down innocent people get hurt and in the end the most vulnerable member of the group Jane commits a violent act that lands her in a hospital for the criminally insaneFor me this is Duncan's exploration of how righteous rage can quickly spiral out of control It's a good exploration of that age old question Is it better to suppress one's anger about oppression and make the most of the opportunities that remain or is it honorable to strike a violent blow against your enemies as a means to end suffering? I think the answer lies somewhere in between but we're dealing with a very slippery slope here I think it is this slope that inspired Duncan to write this story rather than a desire to warn readers against the evils of feminism In closing I think the job of a fiction writer is to create intriguing situations instead of sending a message If Duncan had chosen to tell a story in which the young feminists were vindicated I think it would have rang false Although that's a sad commentary on our society I'm still glad Duncan chose to avoid this trap and chose instead to construct an intriguing scenario with sympathetic characters who behaved realistically Duncan shouldn't be criticized for having these characters suffer at the hands of a warped society in fact she should be commended for her willingness to deliver a hard message Life ain't fair and if you rage against the machine there's a good chance you'll get ground to a pulp There are tons of great stories like this The Scarlet Letter Les Miserables Tale of Two Cities and Tess of D'Ubervilles to name just a few Given its great prose complex characters and compelling plot I think Daughters of Eve is another one of these books If you're looking for a happy ending pick up a collection of fairy tales If you'd like to have your attitudes toward female oppression challenged though then this book is worth your time