This book ... I don't think that I can adequately describe it. It's amazing, it's disgusting, it's hilarious even when you really don't want it to be. I read it for a college lit class; we had a month to read it and every single one of us had finished it in a week because you simply cannot put it down, you MUST FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENS.
reminds me of madoff book: devastating consequences of carrying a certain family name. feel great empathy for this woman and her daughters who idealize the freedom of western society, yet are pre-judged by their last name
I'm always on the hunt for great feminist reads. I'm constantly fascinated by nonfiction books arguing the various aspects of feminism, and I also love stories — true or fiction — about strong, fierce women rising above the patriarchy. There is alway