A sex devoid of logic?
Out of curiosity and my hermeneutic of suspicion, I ran a search for the word "sex" through Jean Webster's novel Daddy-Long-Legs and came up with one instance:
You belong, Mr. Smith, to a sex devoid of a sense of logic.The word "sex" seems to mean "gender" here, but the sentence offers a witty reversal of gender stereotypes - and this back in 1912!
I wonder what the results would be of a search through Dear Enemy . . .
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