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All My Darling Daughters

Alt titles: Aisubeki Musumetachi

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Two collections of short slice-of-life stories about the lives of women. Both are very realistic and low-key. The stories in All My Darling Daughters are interconnected, and deal mainly with love and marraige, whereas Monokuro Kinderbook's are all stand-alone and cover a wide variety of topics.

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Natsuyuki Rendezvous and the first story from All My Darling Daughters are both about women and their younger male suitors. Both manga have a similar emotional yet low-key tone, and feature untraditional romances that have their share of hardships/quirks.

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