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Diary is a real keeper, one of my faves. Except for the fact that my husband is Not a mysoginist sexist pig, like the hubby in this book is,and the lack of an affair, lol, Bettina’s life is a lot like mine was a few years ago, when the Lyme panic almost had me house bound and agorophobic and everything else. This book made me angry and uppity. Sono indignata, soprattutto vista la casa editrice, ma oltre a tanti, decisamente troppi, refusi, qui ci sono desquiciaea tempi verbali sbagliati, preposizioni che spariscono dove invece servirebbero Quotes from Diary of a Mad Ho Some things are explained in more detail, mostly her relationship and history with her husband, Jonathan, who is so accurately and repulsively played by Richard Benjamin that it’s not clear how they ever got together in the first place.
Mar 25, Oriana rated it really liked it Shelves: Nov 17, Brooke rated it it was amazing. Take some time to view the film adaptation so that comparisons to the dr can be made. What I am is paranoid as a coot. Full of shrewd observations about marriage and domestic life that are still relevant 50 years after it was first published. Although this book is considered widely to be “feminist” literature, I think the plight of the main character will resonate with any reader who has ever felt trapped, bored, humiliated or lonely, anybody who has ever searched for the extraordinary of the ordinary.
Then you go to being astounded at the husband. Jul 28, Maggie rated it liked it. I was probably diaio or 18 at the most and I wonder how much of it just went over my head. Another one I read like years ago. Published March 28th by Seal Press first published December 31st Looking at their marriage with the sensibilities of the present day, it is dwsquiciada to see that Bettina is being emotionally abused and she ends up rebelling in different ways.
I personally would shove Zoloft at her and encourage her to actually make non socially climbing friends, but she lives in a very different world than we do Es de aquellos libros que uno no tiene miedo a recomendar a cualquier lector.
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Dw el mundo alguna vez en la vida dice: Sue Kaufman was a fine and funny writer and I thoroughly enjoyed my second go-round with this, her third novel. A wonderfully sardonic look at the state of late twentieth-century marriage as seen through the eyes of Bettina Balser, a smart, upper-middle class housewife living in Upper West Side Manhattan with her two young daughters, a dog, a maid, and her husband – a sniveling, controlling, insufferable social climber named Jonathan.
Diario de un ama de casa desquiciada
Basically, because the dialogue is exactly like what my experiences with Lyme anxiety attacks were, the panic portions and fear descriptions of the book were particualry interesting to me.
She died in Manhattan inat the age of 50, after a long illness. And I’m actually pretty unhappy in retrospect about the ending. Apr 11, Tammy rated it desqhiciada was amazing Shelves: This book is hysterical.
You at least have to appreciate that.
He, and the society they keep, are phony and she is responding feeling out of control of herself and her life which she kind of is as she’s not working, etc. While the story is a bit dated, there’s still enough truth in Tina’s challenges and in the asinine behavior of her husband to make it somewhat relevant for today.
Bettina slowly comes unhinged as she tries to accept her role as obedient and supportive wife to her domineering husband without losing herself in the process.
Lo mismo me pasa con George. I was fascinated that and this is not a spoilershe became a housewife after living a relatively loose single girl’s life because it was seen as a kind of “cure” by her family.
I really enjoyed this book, even though I was disappointed that it started out focused on mental illness then it kind of steered away from that and was more about real life struggles. I adore this book. Jan 31, Anneta rated it liked it. In she married a doctor named Jeremiah Abraham Barondess with whom she had a son. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
There’s a lot of substance to this novel. It’s almost as if Sally Jay Gorce from “The Dud Avocado” had yielded to external pressures to throw off her wicked ways and become what every woman was meant to be: Does anyone remember that line? And I found it desqukciada to root for Tina in the book–she’s neurotic, but wryly aware of it.
Written in the late ’60s, re-released a few years ago by Thunder’s Mouth, this is the story of Bettina Balser, an upper-middle-class housewife who is freaking out about the stifling life she finds herself in the thick of. I regret it’s taken me this long to discover the novel, which is, of course, even better than the film.
When we talk about micro-aggressions today, some immediately roll their eyes and I’ll admit the conversation can get a little ridiculous at times. Thanks for telling us about the problem. This is the kind of book that I have always envied for its style which I could never pull off.