It represents the terrain of those who identify as women, as mothers of varying types - creators and producers and life-givers and life-sacrificers. He probably wrote this book for the benefit of the exiles and the other Jewish communities of his day and beyond his day.
I doubt if I could read this, it might trigger the nightmares of my own youth Kathy Marcum This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [ Yes, it is a sad and hard read based upon the situations and hardship that the characters encounter through out the book.
A half-moon, I shine above the legs.
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