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Women of the Fifties: Were They All Unambitious?

Posted on January 17, 2014 at 6:30am 5 Comments

Sarah Glazer looks back at her own memories of the fifties

As a child of the 1950s whose family didn’t own a TV, I loved watching…

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When Writing Becomes Translation

Posted on October 25, 2013 at 3:00am 3 Comments

Sarah Glazer mulls over the obscurity of techno-jargon

I’ve been thinking about how much…

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Trying to Read Angela Carter

Posted on June 21, 2013 at 4:35am 2 Comments

Sarah Glazer asks why this feminist novelist doesn’t translate well to America

 How does it feel when you can’t see the greatness in a writer reputed to be one of England’s major feminist novelists?

 A little lousy, frankly. That was my feeling after tackling Angela Carter’s last novel, Wise Children, published in…

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Ali Smith's "Artful"--Is it A Successful New Literary Form?

Posted on May 17, 2013 at 4:35am 4 Comments

Sarah Glazer takes a second look at her reaction to an experiment.

I’m still not sure if I like novelist Ali Smith’s Artful. It has been marketed as a writing…

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At 11:27am on April 20, 2010, Sarah Glazer said…
Dominique Millette's disturbing blog about women being expected to be sexually available at co-ed busines functions does indeed provide another reason why women may be reluctant to network in those settings--self-preservation.
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At 3:46pm on April 19, 2010, Pauline Frederica Kiernan said…
Sarah, you've shamed me. I've been fiddling about with an idea for a Salon and haven't done anything about it. Your post really hit the button. I've been a member of RSL of years and every time I go to a function I get little tickles on my flesh that make me want to break out into an outrageous Bette Midler routine and go splat on their cliquey moue-ness. If I can't join your Salon I think I may well weep!
All power to you, Sarah.
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"I, too, grew up in the 1950's-1970's. I never liked Leave it to Beaver UNTIL I grew older and then watched it for nostalgia. As a child I knew our life was nothing like Beaver's family. My mother had seven children (I was second…"
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