Tal, as the case may be.
I'm reaching out to my fellow fellows, but am very open to suggestions whatever your plumbing.
Imagine for a moment that some woman is being kept. Not against her will, but kept all the same.
This woman's accommodations are a touch on the sparse side, but comfortable. From the hours of 8pm to 5am, she is alone, and has access only to the books provided by her keeper, and a reading lamp.
She has already read more than a few thin volumes penned (or rather keyed) by her keeper, as well as some Gor books, specifically 7 and 11, (with 19, 22 and 27 on the way).
She has also read and re-read a heavily edited (by her keeper) version of a few works by Helen Andelin, as well as an antifeminist, and non-ironic treatment of Maria Clara, also by her keeper.
She has to complete frequent book reports on the materials, and her grading affects the treats she gets from time to time.
At this point, my fellow Goreans, you could be forgiven for thinking that this (imaginary) keeper wishes to curate the very mind of this (imaginary) woman along very specific lines.
There are a few short, "original" works in the pipe, mostly based on Near Eastern and Mediterranean standards; Byrony without the irony.
Are there any books anyone would care to recommend to this end? Much of the M/f specific material I find on the web makes Norman look like a Nobel laureate.