Thinking out loud: on the personal, the political, the public, and the private

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Random House, Mar 23, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 287 pages
A collection of thought-provoking articles by a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for The New York Times addresses the author's opinions on abortion, the right to die, political campaigns, rape, children's rights, and other key issues. 50,000 first printing.

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THINKING OUT LOUD: On the Personal, the Political, the Public, and the Private

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In her second collection of New York Times pieces, Quindlen (Object Lessons, 1991, etc.) lets loose with her trademark intelligence, fervor, and personal focus on topics ranging from the Gulf War ... Read full review

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Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times columnist Quindlen introduces this collection of her recent Op-Ed pieces with Dorothy Thompson's comment that her strength as a writer was from being "altogether ... Read full review

Contents

Altogether FemaleAn Introduction
6
KIDS AND ANIMALS
77
ON THE NEWS
128
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Anna Quindlen is the author of three best-selling novels, Object Lessons, One True Thing, and Black and Blue. Her latest novel, Blessings, came out in 2002. Her New York Times column "Public and Private" won a Pulitzer Prize in 1992; a selection of those columns was published in the book Thinking Out Loud. She is also author of a collection of her "Life in the 30's" columns, Living Out Loud; a book for the Library of Contemporary Thought, How Reading Changed My Life; and two children's books, The Tree That Came to Stay and Happily Ever After. She is currently a columnist for Newsweek and resides with her husband and children in New York City.

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