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The Women by T.C. Boyle
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05/04/2011 page 17
4.0% "I've met the narrator Tadashi Sato. He's an unusual man who's a bit of a novelty in the area because he's Japanese. Should be interesting to see how he gets along with Frank Lloyd Wright."
05/13/2011 page 57
13.0% "It is very obvious from the beginning of this novel that Wright did not treat "his women" very well. I like Olgivanna's character, but feel sorry about her position in the Wright household."
06/11/2011 page 157
35.0% "Almost done with the Miriam section. I waver between sympathy and annoyance by her unwillingness to move on with her life. I want the women in this book to be stronger and more independent. I guess wishful thinking when you consider the time period."

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Renee Adri I felt that all the women were written with such a negative slant. It was as if the person describing them did not like them.


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