The Emancipation of Emily Rosenbloom

The Emancipation of Emily Rosenbloom

by Elinor Gale


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The Emancipation of Emily Rosenbloom is 50-something’s Bridget Jones Diary. Masterfully written in the archetype of the female antihero, this debut novel unfolds with a wicked sense of humor, even when you’re shouting, “Emily, don’t do it!” The pages of this novel are populated with unforgettable characters—Dr. Rothman, the invisible psychiatrist; Emily’s intuitive and exasperating mother in Florida; and Raspberry, the wonder dog. Highly recommended when you want to forget about the world and just laugh.

Elinor Gale has been a writer, observer of human nature, and lover of the English language since childhood. An inveterate eavesdropper, she has woven her curiosity about human behavior into her work as writing teacher, editor, and creator of humorous yet poignant fiction and poetry. Her essays, poetry, and articles have been published in print and online. Elinor moved to the Bay Area from New England 20 years ago. She lives in San Francisco with her partner and his chubby Burmese cat.

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ISBN-13: 9781421836386
Publisher: 1st World Publishing
Publication date: 08/16/2019
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.65(d)

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