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Daddy's Gone A HuntingNdo y su enajenación se ve agravada por la indiferencia de todos los ue la rodean Y es entonces cuando ocurre lo inesperado su hija universitaria se ueda embarazada de un compañero ue resulta ser un estúpido y Ruth se ve obligada a enfrentarse a sus peores miedos I certainly related to this 1950's novel on the ennui of homebound motherhood

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Osa y son moderadamente atractivas Sin embargo Ruth se está volviendo loca O para decirlo de un modo políticamente correcto acaba de sufrir «un leve ataue de nervios» Aunue la realidad es mucho menos dulce Ruth se está volviendo loca porue su vida la está mata Sad little story beautifully written

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PDF ✓ BOOK Daddy's Gone A FREE ´ MBJUK ´ En el suburbio donde vive Ruth Whiting las esposas se ajustan a un código de vestimenta dirigen sus casas de una forma aburrida y prosaica crían a sus hijos de la misma manera; todas prefieren el café al té conducen juegan al bridge poseen al menos una joya valiosa y son moderadamenteEn el suburbio donde vive Ruth Whiting las esposas se ajustan a un código de vestimenta dirigen sus casas de una forma aburrida y prosaica crían a sus hijos de la misma manera; todas prefieren el café al té conducen juegan al bridge poseen al menos una joya vali One of those books on my 'to read' shelf for close to 20 years this is absolutely absorbing and in many ways totally shocking in the 21st century In many ways I'm glad I waited this long to get to it because now I'm middle aged myself and a mother and wife I view it differently definitely than I viewed Mortimer the first time I read The Pumpkin Eater Mortimer was clearly brilliant perhaps too much so and her obvious psychological and emotional dysfunction is recorded everywhere But she also saw right through to the skeleton of women's existence in this our patriarchal society and her voice is thrillingThis novel records as most of Mortimer's writing did the descent into mental hell of a woman too clever to be caught in the trap of her gender time social class and country's culture She needs people around her for example but her sons following one of the most grotesue of British upper class traditions are in boarding school And she needs something to occupy her mind but due to the constraints placed on her gender by time and class she really can't The true hell as depicted by Mortimer is the relationship of women to men those who are captors and yet also lovers Thw hatred inherent in sexual desire as very likely it was lived then is incredible Yet when you know that Mortimer herself was abused by her own father maybe not so surprising?A worthwhile novel to read at a time like ours when the word 'feminist' is considered a bad word