From Publishers Weekly
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Nonetheless, it is a good read, because it makes you aware of things that are going on in the lives of young women.
Naomi Wolf is a valuable social commentator, and while this book certainly makes some valid observations, it is not up to her later standards.
One of the most interesting, well written, informative and thought provoking books I've ever had the pleasure of reading!
It's a required reading for high school students. It's a good book according to my kid.Published 7 days ago by Duty Free
This book is, however somewhat dated, an incredible read. It spoke closely to how I deal with hunger, my body and the reactions to it, the envy of other women's prettiness and how... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mairacbr
Reading this book was validating, disheartening, and yet ultimately empowering for me. Wolf noted several of the Catch-22s that I have taken notice of as an American woman. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Autodidact
Great book that shines light on this everyday culture that focuses on outer appearances instead of valuing who we are on the inside. How we treat people. Things that matter.Published 2 months ago by MandiDandy
A great read, every young women needs to read it and become aware of how we are constantly marketed to and told we need to look a certain way.Published 3 months ago by KItty Tate
This book is great, and for the price, I was extremely pleased.Published 4 months ago by Cathryn A. Smith
One of the most interesting, well written, informative and thought provoking books I've ever had the pleasure of reading!Published 4 months ago by Texas