I tried to read this book twice and couldn't finish it.
She's researched the subject to a great extent and has included all of her sources in an extremely large works cited section.
Though she may not have much to say worth listening to herself, I have to admit, Wurtzel's read a lot of interesting books.
Came completely falling apart. Pages ripped torn binding missing an entire cheaper and pages torn and shoved in the book.Published 6 months ago by Britni Bielenberg
The second book by the incredibly talented and intriguing Elizabeth Wurtzel is about the most difficult women of the past and present, and how they were treated. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Janet Morris
...to quote from a familiar bumper-sticker. Elizabeth Wurtzel wrote this staccato tour-de-force of American popular culture, with a feminist slant, as the last millennium was... Read morePublished 17 months ago by John P. Jones III
I wanted to like this, and I had high hopes for it after Prozac Nation (which I'm pretty sure a number of depressed teenage girls have adopted as their holy book). Read morePublished 18 months ago by Sara287
This is a fascinating book, but a difficult one for me to describe, unless I had taken notes and written the review along the way, which I didn't do. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Sam Adams
I love Elizabeth wurtzel. I first read Prozac nation many years ago and it hit home for me. Then I read more,now,again, and it was also quite inspiring. Read morePublished on May 27, 2012 by ewalk
I am a HUGE Elizabeth Wurtzel fan..but Bitch disappointed me.. It's poorly written and how can you not know that Elizabeth I signed Mary Queen of Scotts death warrant! Read morePublished on February 18, 2011 by Victoria Timpany
I got through the intro in the bathtub and I'm not impressed with it, she's really indecisive and doesn't seem to have a set thesis statement, also reads as dated, it was published... Read morePublished on January 26, 2011 by Terp Vairin
This book, although entertaining, was very confusing to read.
The title is "Bitch: In praise of Difficult Women" and while I understood women like Delilah, Hillary Rodham... Read more