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Three Daughters by Letty Cottin Pogrebin
Letty Cottin Pogrebin is not your typical writer of a first novel. She's one of the founders of Ms. Magazine and an author of eight books of non-fiction, including Getting Over Getting Older and Deborah, Golda, and Me: Being Female and Jewish in America. Now in her sixties, she brings us her debut novel about three Jewish women, Rachel, Leah, and Shoshanna, daughters of a reknowned rabbi. All three share the same struggles with their faith, feminism, the men in their life, and their relationships with each other and their father. Each of them, however, is markedly different from each other. Leah is the radical feminist, Shoshanna must micromanage every detail of her own life, and Rachel is the perfectionist housewife. Three Daughters is a well-written, intelligent, and thought-provoking book.