On Women Turning Fifty: Celebrating Mid-Life Discoveries

by Cathleen Rountree

Paperback, 1994


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HarperOne (1994), Edition: Reprint, Paperback, 224 pages


On Women Turning Fifty honors the new faces of aging with powerful, positive images of fiftysomething women who share stories of mid-life discovery. Accomplished by beautiful photographs, these candid and engaging interviews reveal women whose challenges, conflicts, and triumphs are reshaping our attitudes toward work, relationships, and personal growth. From Gloria Steinem, Isabel Allende, Ellen Burstyn, and Mary Ellen Mark to single-parent school teacher Deanne Burke and breast cancer survivor Barbara Eddy, the diverse voices in On Women Turning Fifty offer exhilarating models of confidence, courage, and celebration.


Physical description

224 p.; 7.38 inches


0062507311 / 9780062507310

Local notes

health/ aging

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