Slow dancing

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J. Curley, 1986 - Fiction - 431 pages
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With wry wit and compassion, Slow Dancing confronts the conflicts that women face when old relationships aren't deep enough, marriage is terrifying, and the answers they need are for questions they never thought they would ask.

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User Review  - bobbieharv - LibraryThing

This was written in the Reagan era, which is probably the most interesting thing about it. I was less political then than I am now, so I was surprised to see the impact the Conservative climate had on ... Read full review


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Elizabeth Benedict is the author of four novels, including Slow Dancing, which was a finalist for the American Book Award. Her short story Feasting was chosen for Prize Stories: The O. Henry Awards. She has taught fiction writing at Princeton University, the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop, the New School for Social Research, and Swarthmore College. She lives in New York City.

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