Dry Your Smile: A Novel by Robin Morgan

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Dry Your Smile: A Novel

'“Dry Your Smile has the energy and determination of a jailbreak. The most tender, awful relationship in the book is the obsessive, tragic bond between mother and daughter—a terrible honesty nearly unique in literature: one recalls Simone de Beauvoir’s portrait of her mother: mortal, vital.” —Kate Millett   “A novel that reminds us what novels are for. Morgan peels away masks, creates the whole by viewing it from all sides, deepens our understanding of real life.” —Gloria Steinem   “I dreaded that Robin Morgan would write an uplifting feminist book. Fortunately, she has decided to be a bad girl instead. And what fun it is!” —Rita Mae Brown   “Morgan makes excellent use of the novel’s ability to mock itself while being serious and clearly delights in violating any possible illusion that this is life and not art.” —Booklist  '
'“Dry Your Smile has the energy and determination of a jailbreak. The most tender, awful relationship in the book is the obsessive, tragic bond between mother and daughter—a terrible honesty nearly unique in literature: one recalls Simone de Beauvoir’s portrait of her mother: mortal, vital.” —Kate Millett   “A novel that reminds us what novels are for. Morgan peels away masks, creates the whole by viewing it from all sides, deepens our understanding of real life.” —Gloria Steinem   “I dreaded that Robin Morgan would write an uplifting feminist book. Fortunately, she has decided to be a bad girl instead. And what fun it is!” —Rita Mae Brown   “Morgan makes excellent use of the novel’s ability to mock itself while being serious and clearly delights in violating any possible illusion that this is life and not art.” —Booklist  '
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504039109 Pages: 396