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Coming into our fullness : on women turning forty

Author: Cathleen Rountree
Publisher: Freedom, California : Crossing Press, [1991] ©1991
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Focuses on turning forty as a rite of passage, a threshold to a richer, more fulfilling life. It contains the stories of women who have rewritten their life scripts in creative and often amazing ways.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Rountree, Cathleen.
Coming into our fullness.
Freedom, Calif. : Crossing Press, ©1991
(OCoLC)841094608
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cathleen Rountree
ISBN: 0895945177 9780895945174
OCLC Number: 24068136
Description: 214 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Frances Moore Lappe --
Judy Chicago --
Ina Lea Meibach --
Elena Featherston --
Susan Griffin --
Barbara Boxer --
Arisika Razak --
Gabrielle Roth --
Mayumi Oda --
Barbara Hammer --
Betsy Damon --
Judy Phillips --
Brooke Medicine Eagle --
Cokie Roberts --
Deena Metzger --
Maxine Hong Kingston --
Natalie Goldberg --
Linda Leonard.
Responsibility: interviews and photographs by Cathleen Rountree ; foreword by Riane Eisler.

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Focuses on turning forty as a rite of passage, a threshold to a richer, more fulfilling life. It contains the stories of women who have rewritten their life scripts in creative and often amazing ways.

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