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Elaine Showalter

December 2013

The Home-Maker combines Dorothy Canfield Fisher's interests in modern marriage, the Montessori method of children's education, psychoanalysis and feminism to tell the story of an unhappy family in which the parents are forced by the husband's accident to trade roles; it's a wonderful book about the liberation of individuality, as provocative now as it was almost a century ago, and as surprising to read.'


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