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The Autobiography of a Working Woman

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The Autobiography of a Working Woman
Adelheid Dworak Popp
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She always stood on one spot and spoke in a loud voice, as a queen to her subjects. Another thought she had committed murder, and was afraid of being prosecuted. In these surroundings I remained four weeks, and was then discharged as cured.
The search for work began again. I left home early in the morning to be the first at the gates, but it was always a vain quest.
45 AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A WORKING WOMAN My mother had been exceedingly kind to me from the time of my illness, and often called me her
... poor, unhappy child. She received with emotion the caresses she had formerly repelled. She had repelled them not from want of love, but because she was convinced that flattery is another word for deceit. But now she became cross again because I was so long earning nothing. She had so much to do. She worked every day and all day long without any pause or rest. She worked in a weaving-mill. She had developed wounds in her fingers from the poisonous colours of the wool, and painful ulcers gathered in her arm ; but she conquered every pain, and carried through her laborious, badly-paid day's work.

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