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by Sara Ruddick

eBook Working It Out: 23 Women Writers, Artists, Scientists, and Scholars Talk About Their Lives and Work download ISBN: 0394409361
Author: Sara Ruddick
Publisher: Pantheon Books; 1st edition (1977)
Language: English
Pages: 349
ePub: 1949 kb
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Working It Out is an iconic book that had an enormous impact on women, including me, when it came out in the 1970s.

Working It Out is an iconic book that had an enormous impact on women, including me, when it came out in the 1970s. 2 people found this helpful. I read and loved this book many years ago. Such thoughtful, insightful essays about why these 23 women find work meaningful.

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Comments: (3)
Zeueli
This is a remarkable collection of essays of women who are prominent in a broad range of fields. Excellent reading for anyone who wishes to learn of others' paths forward.
DABY
Working It Out is an iconic book that had an enormous impact on women, including me, when it came out in the 1970s. I recently looked at it again and am amazed at how these personal accounts by accomplished and creative women -- their struggles and choices -- remain relevant to us today.
Morlurne
I read and loved this book many years ago. Such thoughtful, insightful essays about why these 23 women find work meaningful. My copy just got destroyed in a little flood at my house, so I ordered another copy today. We take it for granted now that we women can do any work we want to do, but we should remember that this is a basic human right that can still be exercised by only a fraction of the world's women. Highest recommendation.