In My Mother's Closet: An Invitation to Remember
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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