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Fathers and Daughters

by Anthea Fraser

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I borrowed this from the library because of 1. The title, 2. The fact that it was an audio book.I'm interested in father-daughter relationships and I wanted something to listen to while I did my stair-climbing exercises every day. The story was just interesting enough to keep me amused while I exercised for several weeks, but it degenerated somewhat to verge on being almost homophobic at the end. Not only that, but the story was never at all insightful about father-daughter relationships, or any relationships for that matter. ( )
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Tells the story of Fay Marlow whose husband abandoned her and the kids on her birthday in 1973.

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