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Mothers Who Think: Tales Of Real-life Parenthood by Peri, Camille

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Item details

Condition
Good
Language
English
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Author
Peri, Camille, Peri, Camille
Publisher
Peri, Camille
Dust Jacket Condition
Not included
ASIN
B004J8HWQE
binding
Paperback
manufacturer
Washington Square Press
Number Of Pages
304
Publication Date
2000-04-01
brand
Washington Square Press
ean
8601400334485
Type
parenthood

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Mothers Who Think: Tales Of Real-life Parenthood by Peri, Camille

 

From the editors of Salon.com's cutting edge Web site, "Mothers Who Think," comes "an anthology of smart and lovely essays" (Chicago Sun Times) -- provacative collection that challenges and changes our views of motherhood today.

Anne Lamott, Jayne Anne Phillips, Sallie Tisdale, Susan Straight, Jane Lazarre, Nora Okja Keller, Beth Kephart, Ariel Gore, Alex Witchel, and many other contemporary writers elevate the discussion of motherhood above the level of tantrum control and potty training. Irreverent, wistful, hilarious, fierce, and tender, these essays offer an unsparing look at the myths and realities, the serious and silly sides, the thankless and supremely satisfying aspects of being a mom -- and are a testament to the notion that motherhood gives women more to think about, not less.