|Title:||Remaking Motherhood: How Working Mothers Are Shaping Our Children's Future|
|Format:||mobi docx txt rtf|
|ePUB size:||1838 kb|
|FB2 size:||1223 kb|
|DJVU size:||1751 kb|
|Publisher:||Ballantine Books (May 12, 1988)|
Remaking Motherhood book.
Personal Name: Shreve, Anita. Publication, Distribution, et. New York On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.
Hardcover Paperback Kindle. While working with the airline to try and find out why the plane her husband was piloting crashed, she begins to realize that her she didn’t know her husband at all and he had been leading a double life that she new nothing about. The Pilot’s Wife was chosen to appear on Oprah’s book club leading to almost cult status. This novel was made into an TV movie in 2002 for the CBS. Starring Campbell Scott and Christine Lahti, the movie was filmed in Ireland and was due to air a few days after September 11, 2001 for obvious reasons the film was shelved until April, 2001.
Some of Shreve's Kenyan adventures also ended up in her books. In the real story, they were near the top of the mountain, and Mary slipped on the ice, but the guide caught her before she fell off the edge. Women Together, Women Alone: The Legacy of the g Movement (1989).
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Publisher's Weekly Expanded from her cover article in the New York Times Magazine, Shreve's book resounds with the conviction that benefits accrue to children of ''working mothers. The author regrets the semantic necessity of the phrase that is ''grossly unjust'' to housewives who work hard at home. If there is any resemblance to Sanger's REAP program, it's in the prescriptive chapter, ''How To Be a Positive Role Model.
Anita Shreve (born 1946) is an award winning American writer. The daughter of an airline pilot and a homemaker, she graduated from Dedham High School, attended Tufts University and began writing while working as a high school teacher. One of her first published stories, Past the Island, Drifting, (published in 1975) was awarded an O. Henry Prize in 1976. Among other jobs, Shreve spent three years working as a journalist in Nairobi, Kenya. She also taught creative writing at Amherst College in the 1990s. The Pilot's Wife was selected for Oprah's Book Club in March 1999 . The Legacy of the g Movement (1989). Anita ShreveAnita Shreve.
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