In My Mother's Closet: An Invitation to Remember

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Sorin Books, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 254 pages
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These memories tap into the dynamic relationship between mothers and daughters In her evocative new book, Eugenia Zukerman taps into the dynamic mother-daughter relationship and the special bond that belongs uniquely to mothers, daughters, sisters and girlfriends. Come share laughter, tears, insights, revelations, and loving resolutions as over forty accomplished women share memories of their mothers' closets, where they tried on clothes, jewelry, and shoes--and imagined the world they would one day enter, the world of being a woman.

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Contents

Opening the Door
9
Rich
17
Arianna Zukerman
25
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Eugenia Zukerman, one of the finest flutists of our time, is also a well-known TV personality, arts commentator, and accomplished writer. She is the co-author of "Coping with Prednisone".

As arts correspondent for "CBS News " "Sunday Morning" since 1981, Ms. Zukerman has profiled over 300 artists in her twenty-six years on the program. She has appeared on a variety of other television programs, including PBS "Charlie Rose Show", NBC s "Today" and A&E s "Breakfast with the Arts."

A popular presence on classical stages worldwide, Ms. Zukerman performs as a soloist with orchestras, in duo and solo recitals, and as a chamber musician in a variety of collaborations. As a recording artist, she has over 20 recordings to her credit on a number of labels.

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