Stories of Motherhood (Everyman's Pocket Classics) (2020)

Stories of Motherhood Everyman s Pocket Classics The perfect gift for Mother s Day a beautifully jacketed hardcover anthology of literary stories by a wide range of writers about every aspect of motherhood and about our most elemental human relatio
  • Title: Stories of Motherhood (Everyman's Pocket Classics)
  • Author: Diana Secker Tesdell
  • ISBN: 9780307957795
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The perfect gift for Mother s Day a beautifully jacketed hardcover anthology of literary stories by a wide range of writers about every aspect of motherhood, and about our most elemental human relationship from birth to death Lydia Davis, Amy Bloom, Colm T ib n, E L Doctorow, Ron Carlson, A S Byatt, Harold Brodkey, Antonya Nelson, Barbara Kingsolver, Aimee Bender aThe perfect gift for Mother s Day a beautifully jacketed hardcover anthology of literary stories by a wide range of writers about every aspect of motherhood, and about our most elemental human relationship from birth to death Lydia Davis, Amy Bloom, Colm T ib n, E L Doctorow, Ron Carlson, A S Byatt, Harold Brodkey, Antonya Nelson, Barbara Kingsolver, Aimee Bender and Lorrie Moore here are stories from these and many other writers about having mothers and being mothers, about loving, losing, and leaving our mothers in voices and circumstances that range from the lyrical to the satirical, from the fantastic to the indelibly real, from utterly hilarious to absolutely heartbreaking About The Author Diana Secker Tesdell edited the Everyman s Pocket Classics anthologies Christmas Stories, Love Stories, Stories of the Sea, Dog Stories, Cat Stories, New York Stories , and Bedtime Stories.
    Short, Sweet Stories About Moms Reader s Digest mother of rock by Paul Anderson, Mt Pleasant, Michigan For my brother, my sister, and me, Guitar Hero was a competition of who could score the most points on the hardest level. Stories of Motherhood Everyman s Library Pocket Classics Apr , Stories of Motherhood gathers than a century of literary celebrations of mothers of all ages These short stories by a wide range of great writers illuminate the many facets of our most elemental human relationship, from birth to death and everything in between. Celebrating Motherhood Real Stories from Real Moms Celebrating Motherhood Real Stories from Real Moms The First Time I Became a Mom July It was like nothing I could have ever imagined Holding my little one for the Then There Were Two August These two loves could not be different, unique, and perfect than they Amazing Stories Of Motherhood Care Jun , From grandmothers to foster moms, this Mother s Day, let s take a moment to celebrate beautiful stories of motherhood Motherhood isn t a one size fits all package Families are built in many different ways My husband and I were drawn to the thousands of Stories of Motherhood, Told by Six Women WRAL Stories of Motherhood, Told by Six Women By THE NEW YORK TIMES, New York Times Last year, The New York Times asked its audience to share stories about becoming a mother Stories You Need To Read On Mother s Day These are stories by and about mothers, mothers in law, and grandmothers the women who gave us our lives and taught us how to live them.
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    One Reply to “Stories of Motherhood (Everyman's Pocket Classics)”

    1. I love Everyman s short story collections, and read this particular one on my way to France for Easter Stories of Motherhood is absolutely beautiful, and I found many favourite stories within its pages, both new to me and rereads A really enjoyable and varied collection.

    2. As this is a collection of short stories, it s difficult to give it a fair review, but it s definitely a very eclectic collection with something for everyone I have to be honest and say there s at least three to four of these stories that I could ve happily skipped over, but for the most part it was a fun and varied read It s nice to be challenged to read things I wouldn t normally do It hasn t made me want to seek out any individual authors though and read of it.

    3. Hard to rate this, as it s a collection of short stories by different authors on the theme of motherhood I enjoyed most of them, particularly I Stand Here Ironing by Tillie Olsen Also, I loved the size and shape of the book, and the sewn in ribbon bookmark.

    4. I requested this for Mother s Day one year I have to say that short stories are not usually my favorite, but I ended up enjoying each for the message aspect of motherhood they presented.

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