Sisters: Love and Rivalry Inside the Family and Beyond
Insights about sisters as rivals, secret sharers, and friends are drawn from Fishel's wide reading in literature and psychology, her observations of her own relationship with her younger sister, and her interviews with sisters both famous and obscure
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