- Karl Rahner
- Chicago, Il
- member since March 16, 2010
n.n.kiefer’s last login was Tuesday, June 11, 2013.
I actually just turned it back into the library today. I was only able to get about 1/4 of the way through before some other books took over (I tend to read like 5 books at once), but I found it really interesting. The downsides were that she was pretty repetitive, and seemed to put all women in the same box (the possibility of a fulfilled housewife didn't really exist for her, although to be fair I only really got to read her evaluation of the problem...I didn't get to read her ideas for a solution). Hopefully I can pick it up again someday. It was really thought-provoking (I was surprised by how much I related to some of her women subjects) and actually pretty depressing, but again, I wish I could have finished it!
It looks cool, I'll check it out. Right now I'm reading a book I received for christmas titled Lucky Wander Boy. It's kind of interesting, but probably only if you're really into the weirdness of present day media and technology enough. in other words, it's basically a story that makes old video-games seem mystical and deep and crap. It's something.
Gonna crack open The Crying of Lot 49 next month, I think