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The Water Buffalo That Shed Her Girdle

2.60  ·  Rating Details  ·  5 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Rachel Morganstein forages through her library of muddled thoughts to try and find some semblance of sanity in the odd turn her life has taken. She has just discovered that her youngest child, Aaron, is about to get married and she has not been invited. In the twenty-two years of living at home with his mother and siblings it was never apparent that such a volcanic reactio ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published July 15th 2008 by Bookland Press
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Apr 19, 2009 Michael rated it liked it
“The Water Buffalo That Shed Her Girdle” spans several decades in the life of Rachel Morganstein in her journey from a lonely, repressed child to a self-made woman painfully and unjustly rejected by her youngest child. Along the way it traces the many paths that love can take and demonstrates how it can swing to both ends of the pendulum.

Stern employs the always reliable technique of starting at the crisis, back pedaling into the history behind it and returning to the crisis for the conclusion o
Maree Cox-Baker
Apr 07, 2009 Maree Cox-Baker rated it did not like it
Very mundane writing style. Thankfully it was a very short book.
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