The Autobiography of My Mother

The Autobiography of My Mother If I had read this first, I might have rated it higher But after reading 3 or 4 other later books by Rosellen Brown, I liked it less I kept putting it down, which I didn t with the others It was still good, but I just didn t LOVE it. Gerda Stein Is A Brilliant, Successful Civil Liberties Lawyer In New York, A Champion Of The Oppressed, An Exacting, Rational Woman Who Never Repeats Her Mistakes But She Can T Erase Her Prodigal Daughter, Renata, Who Has Returned After An Eight Year Abscence, Unwed, With A Child In Tow , Hoping To Make PeaceRenata Is Aimless, Sensual, Irrational, Yet She Too Has Principles, As Fleshy And Real As Her Mother S Are Physical And Abstract As A Mother And Daughter Warily Circle Each Other, Looking For What Neither Can Give, The Child Stands Between Them, A Second Chance And For Each, The Ultimate Revenge

Rosellen Brown born May 12, 1939 is an American author, and has been an instructor of English and creative writing at several universities, including the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Houston She has won several grants and awards for her work The 1996 film Before and After was adapted from her novel of the same name from Wikipedia

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 276 pages
  • The Autobiography of My Mother
  • Rosellen Brown
  • English
  • 13 May 2017
  • 9780345287380

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