The Quiet Center: Women Reflecting on Life's Passages from the Pages of Victoria Magazine

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Hearst Books, 1997 - Social Science - 358 pages
In beautifully written memoirs by some of the great women writers of America, The Quiet Center resonates with the wisdom gleaned from everyday life. Originally published in the pages of Victoria magazine in its first decade, the essays in this volume speak to and from a woman's heart.

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THE QUIET CENTER: Women Reflecting on Life's Passages from the Pages of Victoria Magazine

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A collection of brief, rather shallow, sentiment-tinged essays and memoirs from some noted writers. Victoria's editors have gathered almost 70 glimpses of domestic existence from the first decade of ... Read full review

The quiet center: women reflecting on life's passages from the pages of Victoria magazine

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Victoria, a Hearst magazine, has been described as one of the most successful consumer publications launched in the last decade. The short original essays collected here from its pages and introduced ... Read full review

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Jane Smiley I Horse Love
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Catherine Calvert I The Palaces of Downtown
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Priscilla Dunhill I Learning the Language of Love
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