Generations: A Century of Women Speak about Their Lives

Generations A Century of Women Speak about Their Lives This moving and emotional oral history of American women in the twentieth century traces the profound changes that have occurred in every arena of female life from love and the family to education and

  • Title: Generations: A Century of Women Speak about Their Lives
  • Author: Myriam Miedzian
  • ISBN: 9780871136787
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This moving and emotional oral history of American women in the twentieth century traces the profound changes that have occurred in every arena of female life from love and the family to education and the workplace Open Generations and find voices that echo you and your mother and your grandmother, your sisters and friends This is the first book to show the sweeping chaThis moving and emotional oral history of American women in the twentieth century traces the profound changes that have occurred in every arena of female life from love and the family to education and the workplace Open Generations and find voices that echo you and your mother and your grandmother, your sisters and friends This is the first book to show the sweeping change among American women in this century, and to do so in an irresistible, intimate, and populist way.

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    1 thought on “Generations: A Century of Women Speak about Their Lives”

    1. I loved it. I remember reading parts of it out loud to my niece who was about 5 years old at the time, and she listening intently and asking questions. Of course I had to choose which bits to read and which bits to leave out. If you're familiar with Studs Terkel's work, this is along those lines -- women from all walks of life are interviewed and their stories are transcribed, in their own words. It's a work of anthropology, really. Essential reading for everyone, in my opinion. I got this book [...]

    2. This one was about 50/50 for me. Some of the stories were compelling and fascinating-others not so much.

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