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Again and Again: A Novel Paperback – August 11, 2015
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“Ellen Bravo’s debut novel is like she is―brave, poignant, tough, assured. The story tugs you in, and doesn’t let go. If you’re banished to a desert island this coming season, take some good sunscreen, and this novel.”
—Jacquelyn Mitchard, author of The Deep End of the Ocean
“Core concepts of commonsense and feminism come to vibrant and subtle life in Again and Again.”
“An exceptionally well written and absorbing novel from beginning to end, Again and Again showcases Ellen Bravo’s truly impressive skills as a storyteller.”
—The Midwest Book Review
About the Author
Ellen Bravo was born in Cleveland but has lived in Wisconsin long enough to be a diehard Green Bay Packers fan and say “c’mere once” and “you bet.” A lifelong activist, she is the former director of 9to5 (the group that inspired the movie) and current head of Family Values @ Work, a network of state coalitions working for family-friendly policies. She is the award-winning writer of three nonfiction books, the most recent being Taking on the Big Boys, or Why Feminism is Good for Families, Business and the Nation. Bravo lives in Milwaukee with her husband; they have two adult sons.
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Again and Again is now in the hands of my daughter, age 29. This novel has particular significance to my daughter (and I).
Ten years ago she had a very similar experience. In May, 2007, when she had nearly completed her first year at college, her best friend was raped in her own dorm room, located 1 floor below my daughter's room. Her friend burst into my daughter's room late at night, screaming and sobbing, following the attack. The guy was still in her friend's dorm room. My daughter had to muster immediate support for for her friend, confront the perp (who slapped my daughter around before he fled), argue with dorm-mates who were NOT united on the proper response, take her friend to the hospital, deal with a reluctant male MD, (and a very supportive RN) and then text with me, at length, the following night about the whole ordeal.
Again and Again is now in my daughter's hands. I am excited to talk to after she has a chance to finish this book.
Thank you, Ellen Bravo, for such an important work so very well done.
Especially all parents sending their children to college or out into the world they should read and get a copy for their son or daughter.