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Leavy, Patricia, 1975-
Low-fat love / Patricia Leavy
Rotterdam : Sense Publishers, c2011
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 4th Floor  PS3612.E28 L68 2011    DUE 11-13-14
Subject(s) Chick lit
Subject New York (N.Y.) -- Fiction
Subject(s) Man-woman relationships in literature
Social values in literature
Popular culture in literature
Self-perception -- Fiction
Women -- Attitudes -- Fiction
Physical Description xiii, 189 p. ; 24 cm
Summary Low-Fat Love unfolds over three seasons as Prilly Greene and Janice Goldwyn, adversarial editors at a New York press, experience personal change relating to the men (and absence of women) in their lives. Ultimately, each woman is pushed to confront her own image of herself, exploring her insecurities, the stagnation in her life, and her reasons for having settled for low-fat love . . . Low-Fat Love is underscored with a commentary about female identity-building and self-acceptance and how, too often, women become trapped in limited visions of themselves
Series Social fictions series ; 1

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