The Wrong Kind of Woman

Sarah McCraw Crow has tapped into a less flashy character of Second Wave feminism: the reluctant but curious wife and mother.

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Review of ‘The Wrong Kind of Woman’

Often in books and movies, dramatic settings like Hollywood or Washington, D.C., serve as the backdrop for stories of sociopolitical changes. However, in The Wrong Kind of Woman, first-time author Sarah McCraw Crow instead zeros in on a sleepy college town in New Hampshire. It’s 1970, and upheaval in the world, such as the events…

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