About this item
Hutchinson, London, 2002, first edition. Hardback with pictorial dust jacket, it has black cloth covers with gilt lettering on the spine and is in good condition.
The subjects in this text provide the models for what has become a new age for many women.
Twenty-eight women, ranging from Anita Roddick and Prue Leith to less well-known names, write their own personal stories which are accompanied by Elizabeth Handy's black and white photographs and an introductory essay by Charles Handy. This generation of women is entering the sixties more healthy, more educated and more energetic than most of their mothers. The subjects in this book provide the models for what has become, for the first time, a new age for many women. Released from most of the cares and responsibilities that accompany midlife for women, they are free to reinvent themselves, to give more time to their career or calling, or to luxuriate in the serenity and friendships that few had time for in the past. Some enter new relationships, some start new careers or go back to study, some find that their work is only now reaching its peak. Many have survived traumas and tragedies, but 'the past is just the prologue' as one of them explains.
- Added value:
- 1st edition
- Elizabeth and Charles Handy
- Very good
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