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June 09, 2020


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Sittenfeld is also one of my very favorite contemporary authors and I just finished Rodham. I personally did not mind the sex scenes in the book because I think sex is a natural part of a woman's life and it was totally realistic for someone of Rodham's age (and even now) to have some preoccupation with appearance, attractiveness, and marriageability. I found it interesting that Sittenfeld envisioned her as mostly single after her breakup with Clinton when there are so many other examples of intelligent, driven women (Pelosi, Ginsburg, etc) who were also married and had children. I'd love to chat with you about the ending!

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