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We're bringing those books back as an all-in-one list, with a couple of new recommendations from our staff. Submit to the slideshow below, explaining why you want to recommend a particular book, or shoot us an email at [email protected]"It tackles religion, the awkwardness of adolescence, and the weird contraptions that women used to use when they first got their periods.
(References to the "belt" definitely confused me as a kid.)" -Kathleen Massara, Editor, Huffington Post Arts "A women's boarding house novel is almost as great as a girls boarding school novel, especially if a bomb and a Schiaparelli dress are involved." -Margaret Wheeler Johnson, Editor, Huffington Post Women"In the near future, the United States is overthrown by a group called the Sons of Jacob.
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Whether it's "Little Women," "The Bell Jar," or your favorite Judy Blume, someone in the group is almost guaranteed to recognize it and say something along the lines of "god, I looooved that boooook." Which may devolve -- no, evolve -- into a conversation about all the books you've mutually loved and when you read them and why they moved you at that time in your life.
It'll be an instant "love, loss and what I read" party. If you play this game for long enough, a few titles will probably emerge as books every woman would benefit from reading. Inspired by the Frisky's list of "22 Books Every Woman Needs To Read," we asked the female staff of the Huffington Post which books they consider essential reading for women. They're not in any order, and this is not meant to be a comprehensive list. If you have a suggestion of your own, please email the title and why women should read it to [email protected]
The women in by Patti Smith The story of a fresh-to-New-York Smith and her best friend (and sometimes-lover and muse and roommate), the late artist Robert Mapplethorpe, this memoir is a time capsule of a particularly magical era in art and music, and an ode to friendship, bohemian existence, and the innocence of "wild, feral children" — "country mouse" Patti and beautiful Robert.
Raw and lovely, it will make you want to embrace your own inner wild, feral child — and find your own wild, feral best friend.
Beautifully written story about a brassy divorcee (yes, that's what they were called) moving into a Long Island subdivision (think Levittown) in the 1950s that busts the myth of life behind the white picket fences." -Ann Brenoff, Senior Writer, Huffington Post L.
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Back in March, we asked Huff Post staffers to suggest books every woman should read.