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  • Nine Months in the Life of an Old Maid
  • Judith Rossner
  • 10 May 2018
  • 9780671526399

About the Author: Judith Rossner

Judith Perelman Rossner was an American novelist, best known for her 1975 novel Looking for Mr Goodbar, which was inspired by the murder of Roseann Quinn and examined the underside of the seventies sexual liberation movement Though Looking for Mr Goodbar remained Rossner s best known and best selling work, she continued to write Her most successful post Goodbar novel was 1983 s August, about t

10 thoughts on “Nine Months in the Life of an Old Maid

  1. says:

    Yet another book I checked out from the library and enjoyed so much that I will have a hard time managing to return it on time.I enjoyed the emotional plots, the needy characters, the unfolding of their stories but the best, as often is with me, was the prose Especially prose that introduced ideas new to me.Here are the very first two paragraphs A nightmare is terrifying because it can never be undone A piece of paper tore with an incredibly loud screeching noise My eyes opened Then what If the paper had torn while I was awake I could have taped it but if the tearing of a dream paper tore me then I was torn forever I could scream for my sister Mimi and she might or might not hear me and come in to find out what was wrong, and if she did come my fear might be somewhat allayed, but nothing she or anyone else said could ever make that piece of paper whole again because it had torn in a world where we were powerless While in the beautiful well ordered lie of our everyday lives there was almost nothing we cold not do We commanded the flowers to grow and within the or less predictable limitations of soil and weather, they obeyed our commands We turned wool into rugs and sweaters, crab apples into jelly, wood into fire We put screens on the windows and summer came we replaced them with storm windows to permit the snow to fall Our lives denied our nightmares, which was why I stayed awake for all but four or five hours each night What an amazing way to think I enjoy causation vs correlation conundrums as well as the powers of neurotic thinking I also sleep 8 9 hours a night, so what does that say about me

  2. says:

    This book was beyond cynical The narrator was unlikable and the whole cast of characters were dysfunctional and unsympathetic Much of the dialog was amusing, which is why I m giving this two stars instead of one At the same time, it bothered me that all the wit was so caustic often downright abusive Not to mention the actual abusive behaviors depicted or alluded to in the story There seemed to be something a little anti intellectual about the focus on exposing how hypocritical and pretentious these people are, these Hollywood people, these left wing, anti war writer types.

  3. says:

    this book was ripped off by Running with Scissors

  4. says:

    Another gem plucked from the pages of Nancy Pearl s Book Lust series.

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