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  • Title: Women Like Us
  • Author: Erica Abeel
  • ISBN: 9780312955069
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Paperback

  • Women Like Us By Erica Abeel They met at Sarah Lawrence College, at a time when the world seemed to shine with possibility beautiful Delphine, talented Daisy, practical Gina and gentle Franca Four women determined to defy convention to lead glorious lives and build careers, and never stand in a man s shadow Which one of them will make stunning sacrifices in the name of love
    Erica Abeel
    Erica Abeel, author of Wild Girls, is a novelist, journalist, and former dancer, who has published five books, including Women Like Us a Book of the Month Club selection , Only When I Laugh, I ll Call You Tomorrow and Other Lies Between Men and Women, and Conscience Point Based in New York and Long Island, she writes about women rebels who dared to live against the grain before the upheavals of the 1960s and shows how their lives unfold over subsequent decades Her articles have appeared in The New York Times, Esquire, and Ms, among many other publications and websites In addition, Abeel reviews films and interviews directors for The Huffington Post and Film Journal International.

    Women Like Us By Erica Abeel

    Commentaires:

    Anita Kelley Harris
    Although I had some issues with Women Like Us, I absolutely loved it I should admit my bias up front this book was written by a Sarah Lawrence College alum, which I also am class of 2003 , and the plot centers around four women who graduated from Sarah Lawrence in 1958 I was therefore pre disposed to enjoy it, but in my opinion, any woman could relate to the plot and characters That is what makes the book so very readable and also quite depressing Women Like Usis not a happy story by any means, [...]

    Claudia
    Boring, incoherent, clunky writing, trying too hard to be cool and using 1950s lingo takes place in 1950s but in an awkward way, caricatures not characters And things like casually mentioning that the main character s father had died in a plane crash and how close they were and then it so not affecting the character emotionally.

    Debbie
    What could have been an interesting story of the lives of women who graduated from Sarah Lawrence College in the late 1950s instead turned into an over ambitious mess I slogged my way through it, and the next day put the book in the donation bin at the library.

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      Published :2019-02-12T22:50:48+00:00