Review - The Wife

Before it was a major motion picture starring Glenn Close, The Wife was a novel by Meg Wolitzer. Beginning in the 1950s, with men mostly controlling the access to publishing and success, and academia mostly extolling male writers, "The Wife" sketches out the differences between men’s “armored,” “muscle-bound” writing and women’s more intimate, personal stories. Cataloging Specialist Jan Hardy reviews it for her Back in the Stacks blog.

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