What It’s Like to Live Now by Meredith Maran

cover of the book What It's Like to Live NowWhat It’s Like to Live Now by Meredith Maran
Genre: Biography
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Published: 1996
Publisher: Bantam
Format: Paperback
No. of Pages: 352
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ISBN: 9780553374933
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Like the heart-to-heart conversations you share with your funniest, most honest, most unshockable woman friend, What It’s Like to Live Now reveals the intimate details of a singular life as it is lived by a member of a singular generation. In 1968 Meredith Maran was expelled from high school for leading protests against the Vietnam War. An active member of he generation that pledged to change the world, end injustice, and stay young forever she is now (despite all expectations to the contrary) forty-and-counting with an ex-husband, two teenage sons, and a mortgage on her dream house at the edge of the Oakland ghetto, which she shares with her love Ann. Her book poignantly explores the gap between the dreams of the sixties and the realities of the nineties — and reminds us that even as youthful idealism goes gray at the temples, life can be lived with love, commitment, and integrity. What It’s Like to Live Now’Welcome a strong new voice. Meredith Maran is charming and confrontational, politically engaged, shockingly honest. ‘– Jeffrey Klein, Editor in Chief, Mother Jones magazine’Meredith Maran captures all the heartbreak and glory of coping in difficult times. ‘– Armistead Maupin, author of Tales of the City’A delight. . . a West Coast, distaff Woody Allen, with a good dollop more compassion. ‘– Los Angeles Times’One mother’s eloquent statement about choices in modern life. . . Brilliantly incisive. ‘– San Francisco Chronicle Examiner’Meredith Maran is really wise, really resilient, really loving, and really funny. Readers are going to send this woman cookies. ‘– Mariah Burton Nelson, author of The Stronger Women Get, The More Men Love Football
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