#1 Book For Women In Their 50’s
Judy’s journey mirrors Dragonette’s experience at NIU – arriving on campus as a nursing major on a U.S. Army scholarship.
A boomer takes us back to campus during Vietnam
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The story is beautifully written with compassionate and thoughtful narrative and engaging characters who play out all the angst of the era set on a Midwestern college campus when America was at its most vulnerable.
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“a story with the same emotional intensity for a woman as for a man at the time.”
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A story that speaks to the poignant clash of young adulthood, feminism, and war and offers an inquiry into the domestic politics of protest.
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The Fourteenth of September is a Publishers Weekly select new book.
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