What We Know So Far: Wisdom Among Women
G.K. Hall, Feb 1, 1996 - Social Science - 339 pages
Here is an extraordinary collection of interviews in narrative form--women over 50 write on the subject of wisdom they've acquired in the course of their lives. In one of the most moving and inspirational collections in recent times, a diverse, celebrated group of women share their feelings on aging and such subjects as childhood, motherhood, sex, lovers, marriage, and menopause.
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