Chimes of Change and Hours: Views of Older Women in Twentieth-century America
Encompassing a variety of perspectives on the lives of older women in modern America, this book is a rich mosaic, drawing on demographic, social-psychological, social-historical, economic, and gerontological data, and incorporating transcripts of oral histories, interviews with women artists, fiction and essays by and about women in the second half of their lives, autobiographies, diaries, journals, letters, and other sources.
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Older Women in a Changing Society
Women in the Second Half of Life
Voices from Oral Histories SelfPortraits of Older Women
Times Remembered and Times Passage Written Memoirs and Reflections
Aspects of Aging Selections from the Works of Five Women Writers
Older Women in Selected TwentiethCentury American Fictions
The Chance for Further Flight Creativity in Older Womens Lives
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