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Life So Far: A Memoir By Betty Friedan, Life So Far A Memoir Betty Friedan Life So Far chronicles the secret underground of women in Washington in the early sixties who drafted Friedan to spearhead an NAACP for women, and the daring of many who spoke out against discrimination Friedan recounts the political infighting and dirty tricks that occurred within the Movement as well as the forces that tried to destroy it and how hard she fought to keep the Movement practical My Life So Far Aug , Directed by Hugh Hudson With Colin Firth, Rosemary Harris, Irne Jacob, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio Memoir of the lives of a family growing up on a post World War I British estate headed up by a strong disciplinarian, her daughter, her inventor husband, their ten year old son and his older sister Through the household comes a number of suitors hoping to impress the young woman, Life So Far A Memoir by Betty Friedan May , Life So Far book Read reviews from the world s largest community for readers A portrait of the author of The Feminine Mystique takes readers from he My Life So Far My Life So Far is a film about a year in the life of a ten year old Scottish boy It was directed by Hugh Hudson, with screenplay by Simon Donald The film is set in and is based on the memoirs of Denis Forman, a British television executive. My Life So Far by Jane Fonda Jan , Quotes from My Life So Far In psychologist Marion Woodman s Leaving My Father s House I read When humans suffer they are vulnerable Within this vulnerability lives the humility that allows flesh to soften into the sounds of the soul. The Best Day of My Life So Far By Mary Greenberg, October , Our first son, Eric, was born at the Flower Fifth Avenue Hospital on May rd My husband Ira was still working at the time, but I wasn t The Worst Day of Your Life So Far YouTube Oct , The worst day of your life so far The Simpsons Movie Credit goes to The Simpsons cast and Studio Gracie Films Film Roman Rough Draft Feature Animation

  • Title: Life So Far: A Memoir
  • Author: Betty Friedan
  • ISBN: 9780743200240
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Paperback
  • In Life So Far, Friedan takes us on an intimate journey throughout her own life, from her lonely childhood to the founding of Now, and her brilliant, contentious, and brave leadership of the movement.Friedan chronicles the secret underground of women in Washington in the early sixties who drafted her to spearhead an NAACP for women, and the daring of many who spoke out aIn Life So Far, Friedan takes us on an intimate journey throughout her own life, from her lonely childhood to the founding of Now, and her brilliant, contentious, and brave leadership of the movement.Friedan chronicles the secret underground of women in Washington in the early sixties who drafted her to spearhead an NAACP for women, and the daring of many who spoke out against discrimination for the first time She recounts the political infighting and dirty tricks within the movement, and the forces that tried to destroy it, and how hard she fought to keep the movement practical and free of extremism, including man hating Friedan is frank about her twenty two year marriage to an advertising entrepreneur, which deteriorated into physical abuse.Forthright, full of stories and larger than life characters, it is the scope of Friedan s vision and achievements that make her memoir so important and compelling In Life So Far, an account only she could have written, Friedan spares neither herself nor anyone else.
    Life So Far A Memoir In Life So Far Friedan takes us on an intimate journey throughout her own life from her lonely childhood to the founding of Now and her brilliant contentious and brave leadership of the movement

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    1. Really interesting read Its always hard to see the humanity of one of your idols I was surprised by both Friedan s nonchalance regarding her husbands long term physical abuse and her admitted homophobia within the woman s movement she helped launch I enjoyed getting a front row seat from her perspective from some of the major moments in women s herstory I cried when I recognized the name Shirley Johnson, one of my econ prof s at Vassar, as a woman who shared a commune with Betty in the 70 s Fasc [...]

    2. I learned so much about the women s liberation movement, and greatly enjoyed Betty Friedan s writing style A great book to remind yourself how far women have come, and how far they have to go.

    3. A fascinating account of the women s movement, from the woman who started it all It s amazing how much truly has changed in the last half century, and how much impact one person can have on the world Friedan admits regrets, explains aspects of her life and work that she thinks are often misunderstood, and throws in a good deal about her sex life including many affairs with married men to boot She s thoughtful but matter of fact, and unapologetic in that she knows she always did what she thought [...]

    4. I loved reading this book, it made me remember the thrill of reading The Feminine Mystique many years ago Betty has guided my life, rest her soul This is a memoir, but deals with the same issues.

    5. Autobiography of Betty Friedan, one of the founders of the modern feminist movement I lightly skimmed parts of it It contains some juicy tidbits concerning an affair she carried out for 10 years with David Manning White, my uncle.

    6. I didn t think I would like this book but I ended up loving it It s very inspirational and tells great stories about the time period in history.

    7. An amazing woman and an amazing life Who would have thought someone this strong and influential would be caught up in domestic violence

    8. Friedan s portrayal of casual and not so casual sexism is so relatable Her warm recounting of her life and ideas makes the whole issue less polarizing and radical Loved the writing.

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