Description:New. Brand New! ; Rich with the traditional and alive to the...New. Brand New! ; Rich with the traditional and alive to the contemporary, this sampler of personal essays, talks, and poems explores topics of special interest to Mormon women. Emma Lou Thayne and Laurel Thatcher Ulrich celebrate the variety and complexity in the lives of modern women: from giving birth and facing death, to the whys of listening to teenagers and the wherefores of being good neighbors. Their writing reaches across stages, ages, decades, moods, persuasions, and a continent, embracing a circle of sisterhood that includes a Siberian Communist and an Old Testament peacemaker, a harried clerk in a fabric store and a neighbor who threatens to drown cats. Whether writing at the hearth of family concerns or in the arena of public issues, the two authors embrace honest differences as they bridge distances, seek harmony in the midst of change, and hold fast to faith.;
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