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Shiksa Goddess (Or How I Spent My Forties) by Wendy Wasserstein

Shiksa Goddess (Or How I Spent My Forties) by Wendy Wasserstein

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Shiksa Goddess (Or How I Spent My Forties) by Wendy Wassersteinis a 235-page hardcover published in 2001 by Alfred A. Knopf. Stated First Edition.  Please note that this was a library book and is marked as such.  The dust jacket has a plastic cover.  The back end paper, outside lower page edges have the library stamp; however the book itself is clean, crisp, and solid, with tight binding.

Book Summary

When Wendy Wasserstein turned forty, she made a To Do list composed mostly of items left over from when she turned thirty.  The list included the annuals:  lose weight, exercise, read more, improve female friendships, improve male friendships, and (left over from her second grade To Do list) become a better citizen.  At the end of the list were the larger-than-life unavoidables:  move, fall in love, and decide about a baby.

In Shiksa Goddess, her first book of essays in ten years, Wendy writes about each of these quests and midlife obsessions.

ISBN:  0-375-41165-8

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