An insightful review of PURE TRASH by Marilyn Armstrong, author of The 12-Foot Teepee. ~ Bette A. Stevens
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SERENDIPITY: SEEKING INTELLIGENT LIFE ON EARTH
There are so many television shows and movies, not to mention sappy posts on Facebook and other social media sites about “the good old days” … kind of makes me a trifle queasy. As someone who grew up in those good old days, I can attest to their not being all that great. There were good things about them, but it was by no means all roses.
Good is a relative term, after all. If you were white, Christian and middle class … preferably male and not (for example) a woman with professional ambitions … the world was something resembling your oyster. A family could live on one salary. If you were “regular folk” and didn’t stand out in any particular way, life could be gentle and sweet.
The thing is, an awful lot of people aren’t and weren’t people who could blend in. If you were poor, anything but…
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Comments on: "THE NOT-SO-HALCYON DAYS OF YORE – PURE TRASH, BETTE A. STEVENS" (2)
You’re amazing, Marilyn. It is my THANKS that go to you, not only for the review & post, but for your gracious comment. YOU helped to MAKE MY DAY!
Thanks for the reblog, Bette. Really wished there was more to read. Those are great characters. Encore author, encore!