A timeless coming-of-age story that could well have been plucked from today's headlines, Fanny Herself is about gender prejudice, sexual awakening, the plight of the working classes, down home anti-Semitism and the life and loves of an irrepressible charming girl who gains the world and almost loses her true self.
"The greatest American woman novelist of her day!" (The New York Time)
This is a great book and I was SO looking forward to hearing it! Unfortunately, this recording is so muddy that the reading is often unintelligible. Let's hope another reading will be offered one day. This one is horrid! I'm very disappointed. :-(
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