In the Land of God and Man
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They close the doors and discuss manly things, while the women tend to womanly things and young girls take naps, far away from the closed doors of the library. And if a female should enter, she might be humored for a moment but was inevitably put in her place. Paternostro described how she too was humored when she dared try to discuss politics with the men, promptly and politely put in her place. She was told, “It’s not attractive to be so opinioned (Paternostro 1999). She said, My place as a woman was a follower (Paternostro 1999).