Playing After Dark

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Doubleday, 1986 - Biography & Autobiography - 147 pages
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Exploring a wide range of subjects from unrequited love and infidelity to motherhood and middle age, this collection of essays features the author's reflections on being a wife and lover, a pilgrimage to Keats's grave, and a visit with Eudora Welty

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Contents

Infidelity
3
Hera and the Workplace
11
Theres No Accounting for Love
21
Copyright

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The New York Times: Search for 'By BARBARA LAZEAR ASCHER'
August 24, 1986 - By Barbara Lazear Ascher; Barbara Lazear Ascher is the author of a collection of essays, ''Playing After Dark,'' to be published next ...
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3721. Barbara Lazear Ascher. Simpson’s Contemporary Quotations. 1988
ATTRIBUTION: Playing after Dark Doubleday 86, quoted in Christian Science Monitor 20 Aug 86. SUBJECTS: Humankind: Family Life: Observers & Critics ...
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