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Reinventing Home epub ebook

by Carroll Stoner,Laura Green

Reinventing Home epub ebook

Author: Carroll Stoner,Laura Green
Category: Family Relationships
Language: English
Publisher: Plume (March 30, 1991)
Pages: 224 pages
ISBN: 0452265835
ISBN13: 978-0452265837
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 438
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Green writes that ""The unfortunate truth is that for too many women, home is a. .

Green writes that ""The unfortunate truth is that for too many women, home is a place we make nice for other people. Before long, the pleasure we once took in the house is buried under a pile of chores. These women reclaim the pleasure to say, with Stoner, that ""life at home is what made me whole again.

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Reviews (2)
IGOT
I am in my 60's and still found this set of stories about women as homemakers relevant to my career days of the past 30 yr and my more mom-focused days 20 and 30 yr ago. Almost every story was interesting and pleasant for me to read, each struck some one of my nerves and almost all the stories rang true. This is not a set of sappy, frilly, touch the heart stories...the stories are simply the relating of experiences of active women making decisions about what was important to them in making a home more than a place.

Burilar
I found a copy of "Reinventing Home" at a thrift shop, and couldn't put it down. Six working women describe various aspects of their life journeys, centered around their various living spaces and how they loved or hated where they lived. How objects and places had meaning for themselves and their families. How the mechanics of being a homemaker (for even working women make homes for themselves and their families) became a part of their understanding of "This is who I am." Highly recommended as a peek into women's psychology in 20th (and 21st!) century America.

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