Might be a good book:https://www.amazon.com/Doll-York-Review-Books-Classics/dp/159017383X/ref=pd_sbs_14_2/131-5780208-7683127?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=159017383X&pd_rd_r=daffafe0-8d08-4340-8434-e018048fec8e&pd_rd_w=i9gVJ&pd_rd_wg=tU8il&pf_rd_p=5873ae95-9063-4a23-9b7e-eafa738c2269&pf_rd_r=WAS34RA4EX6YSJ2FNMSB&psc=1&refRID=WAS34RA4EX6YSJ2FNMSB
"Just like Zeromski, Prus is concerned with the nation identity of Poland before WWI. The central character is the "tradsman," or the capitalist with a heart whose obsession to win legitimacy in the eyes of a crumbling Polish aristocracy, and the heart of a young woman raised to flirt and tease her way into marriage to uphold the integrity and property of her class. The novel is at once a comedy of manners which then shifts to more serious matters of fading entitlement and self-actualization."
lol at women flirting their way into marriage to stay upper class. Why is this still a thing today in poland? Also, why is it considered bad or was it that when I was in prison I considered myself superior to all the other inmates due to my education and social class?