Lisa's Reviews > Breeder: Real-Life Stories from the New Generation of Mothers

Breeder by Ariel Gore
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Jul 06, 2010

liked it

A lot of good writing, but a little monotonous. It's funny, the mothers who wrote stories were supposed to generally be those who "break the mold" - but the stories I enjoyed most concerned more "traditional" mothers, especially the story of the Korean immigrant in Queens and the poor family in San Antonio. Not necessarily lesbians or hippies - just people trying to get by. Anyway, good book, would recommend it for a bus ride.

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