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Memories, Dreams, & Reflections by Literary Daughters

“A woman writing thinks back through her mothers,” wrote Virginia Woolf. In this intensely emotional and fascinating collection of compelling nonfiction, 19 well-known women writers – including Simone de Beauvoir, Colette, Margaret Mead, Audre Lorde –  describe their mothers’ influence on their lives and work. What runs through these essays, memoirs, and letters is not only the intense emotional current between the generations of women, but also the strength and resilience of the mother / daughter bond itself, as eternal and as radical as memory itself.

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