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by Kelly Rogers

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Extraordinary, Ordinary Women provides an intimate portrait of twenty American expatriate women currently residing in Paris. Pulling back the veil of idealism and romanticism shrouding the women’s migrant lives, the book examines the very real pitfalls and triumphs of life after the “happily ever after.” Extraordinary, Ordinary Women examines the consequences of immigration, biculturalism, and assimilation on the individual identities of modern expatriate women.

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Extraordinary, Ordinary Women provides an intimate portrait of twenty American expatriate women currently residing in Paris. Pulling back the veil of idealism and romanticism shrouding the women?s migrant lives, the book examines the very real pitfalls and triumphs of life after the ?happily ever after.? Extraordinary, Ordinary Women examines the consequences of immigration, biculturalism, and assimilation on the individual identities of modern expatriate women.… (more)

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