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Long Division
Anne Roiphe
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Long Division

2.75  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  1 Review
Hardcover, 190 pages
Published January 1st 1972 by Simon & Schuster
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Jun 29, 2013 Joe rated it did not like it
Every good writer is allowed one or two bad novels. This is one. It starts great. Here's the opening:
What I’m doing in this car flying down these screaming highways is getting my tail to Juarez so I can legally rid myself of the crummy son-of-a-bitch who promised me a tomorrow like a yummy fruitcake and delivered instead wilted lettuce, rotted cucumber, a garbage of a life. I’m not going gently into this divorce, but yelling and kicking all the way...
But then it becomes a silly fantasy by a New
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Over a four-decade career, Roiphe has proven so prolific that the critic Sally Eckhoff observed, "tracing Anne Roiphe's career often feels like following somebody through a revolving door: the requirements of keeping the pace can be trying." (Eckhoff described the writer as "a free-thinking welter of contradictions, a never-say-die feminist who's absolutely nuts about children"). Roiphe published ...more
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