The Girls Club

The Girls Club

Book - 2011
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"The book, which has a very strong lesbian theme, follows a working class Catholic girl from childhood through marriage and motherhood as it explores class, illness, and sexuality." -- Susan Stinson (Lambda Literary online interview)
"... for Catholic working class girls like Marie, Renee, and Cora Rose LaBarre, sisterhood is a word that covers a multitude of attitudes. They're best friends, worst enemies, greatest supporters and biggest detractors. Set in the decade of opening doors, The Girls Club follows the three sisters as they love, argue, and struggle their way through adolescence to womanhood, taking in religion, illness, parenting, sexuality, drugs, and rock 'n roll on the way." -- back cover
Publisher: Ann Arbor, MI : Bywater Books, 2011
Edition: Bywater Books First Edition September 2011
ISBN: 9781932859782
Characteristics: 287 p. ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Bywater Books


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