The Venice Sketchbook - Rhys Bowen - A Short Summary and Review

Lives of Girls and Women - Alice Munro - A Short Summary & Review

A short summary of the book Lives of Girls and Women:

Coming of age in rural Ontario, during the 1940s.

My favorite Alice Munro quote from the book:

"You may be right but that doesn’t mean there’s a thing you can do about it."



Questions to ponder while reading Lives of Girls and Women:

Did you fit in growing up?

Who did you want to be?

My review of Lives of Girls and Women:

I, too, wanted more.

Girls should be who they want.

I look at peonies much differently now.



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