Unlisted Lives: A True Story of Seven Women ebook
by Anne Flaherty
Chicago : Contemporary Books.
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Unlisted Lives A True Story of Seven Women.
Release Date: January 1986. Publisher: Contemporary Books, Incorporated.
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This, says Flaherty, lays bare ""the reality of seven women who found themselves alone for the first time and could find no. .A columnist for Family Weekly, Flaherty uses a novelistic format in presenting her case histories.
This, says Flaherty, lays bare ""the reality of seven women who found themselves alone for the first time and could find no answers in the optimistic self-help books. We meet six of the women, who react variously to the suicide of the seventh. Then we learn of their lives-from childhoods through the divorces, deaths or abandonments that have brought them, in the late 1970's, to a jazzy Amarillo, Texas, apartment complex
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The article alternates between two true stories of events occurring between August 2008 and June 2012. The article also provided the basis of Miller and Armstrong's full-length book A False Report: A True Story of Rape in America (2018). The first is about a woman in Lynnwood, Washington, known pseudonymously as "Marie", who reports being raped to the police. After repeated interrogation by the police, who do not believe her, she says that her report was false.
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Anne leaves us this voluminous record that’s quite difficult to work with but tells us so much about lesbian life . The women enjoyed a fiery affair before Anne grew weary of Maria’s moods. She left her crying lover, returning to Yorkshire without a backward glance.
Anne leaves us this voluminous record that’s quite difficult to work with but tells us so much about lesbian life in the 1800s, says Dr Caroline Gonda, of Cambridge University. She tells us about relationships that don’t fit the idea of ‘romantic friendship’ in the 1800s - it’s not all chaste hand-holding, pressing flowers and braiding each other’s hair. It’s so important that she goes into so much detail about her sex life. Anne’s eight-month stay in Paris, had, however, ignited a passion for travel.