Drawing on her own and other women's lives, Nancy Friday shows that to a woman's character the key lies in her relationship with her mother - that first binding relationship which becomes the model for so much of a woman's adult relationships with men, and whose fetters constrain her sexuality, independence, and very selfhood. Friday believes that on the deepest level women will always be their mother's daughters, and that only when they recognize and understand this will they be able to find their own strength and direct their own lives.
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Omslag onfris / Cover not so good / 9780006382515 / Sociology / Engels / English / Anglais / Englisch / paperback / 13 x 20 cm / 458 .pp /About the Author:
Nancy Friday grew up in Charleston, South Carolina. She graduated Wellesley College in Massachusetts, and has edited a travel magazine, as well as contributing to ‘Cosmopolitan’ and ‘Playboy’. She is married and lives in New York and Key West.
Her other books include ‘Jealousy’, ‘Men In Love’, ‘Women on Top’ and ‘My Secret Garden’.
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