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245 04 The bitch is back :|bolder, wiser, and (getting) happier /
       |cedited by Cathi Hanauer. 
250    First edition. 
264  1 New York, New York :|bWilliam Morrow, an imprint of 
       HarperCollins Publishers,|c[2016] 
264  4 |c©2016 
300    xxix, 332 pages ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
505 00 |g1.|tMe, myself, and my midlife choices: my way or the 
       highway --|tFive crucial things the fifty-three-year-old 
       bitch knows that the thirty-nine-year-old bitch didn't 
       (yet) /|rPam Houston --|tVagina. Notwithstanding /
       |rJennifer Finney Boylan --|tGone girl: what I (don't) owe
       my mother /|rAnna March --|tWrinkles in time. Or not. /
       |rDebora L. Spar --|tWhat's love got to do with it?: I'm 
       havin' my baby /|rLizzie Skurnick --|tThe "other woman" 
       then and now /|rKerry Herlihy --|tDirty work /|rKathy 
       Thomas, as told to Cathi Hanauer --|g2.|tSex, lies, and 
       happy(ish) endings: because this ain't Disney, dolls. It's
       life --|tThe coming of age: sex 102 /|rSarah Crichton --
       |tStill in the heart /|rHazel McClay --|tMy filthy little 
       heart: Love it? Or lose it? /|rClaire Johnson --|tOnce a 
       week: take it or leave it /|rGrace O'Malley --|tFifty 
       shades of free /|rRobin Rinaldi --|tMy war with sex /
       |rLynn Darling --|g3.|tTo Hell, and to hold --|tHer life. 
       My life: two women, two worlds /|rErin White --|tJason, me,
       and Jesus: the other guy in our relationship /|rVeronica 
       Chambers --|tTrading places: we both wanted to stay home. 
       He won. But so did I. /|rJulianna Baggett --|tBeyond the 
       myth of co-parenting: what we lost--and gained--by 
       abandoning equality /|rHope Edelman --|tNow there were two
       /|rJill Bialosky --|tLiving alone: a fantasy /|rSandra 
       Tsing Loh --|g4.|tStarting over --|tSecond time around: 
       letting go of convention (and listening to my mother) /
       |rKate Christensen --|tWhat was in it for ME: saying yes, 
       saying no, leaning in, leaning out /|rRabia Hussein --
       |tStepping off the scale /|rAnn Hood --|tGetting it right 
       the third time. Or wrong. You tell me. /|rKaren Karbo --
       |tYes /|rSusanna Sonnenberg --|tA new life under the 
       ladder /|rCynthia Kling. 
520    "More than a decade after the New York Times bestselling 
       anthology The Bitch in the House spoke up loud and clear 
       for a generation of young women, nine of the original 
       contributors are back--along with sixteen captivating new 
       voices--sharing their ruminations from an older, stronger,
       and wiser perspective about love, sex, work, family, 
       independence, body-image, health, and aging: the critical 
       flash points of womens lives today."--Jacket flap. 
650  0 American essays|xWomen authors. 
650  0 Women authors, American|vLiterary collections. 
650  0 Women|zUnited States|xSocial conditions|vCase studies. 
650  0 Aging|vLiterary collections. 
650  0 Interpersonal relations|zUnited States|vCase studies. 
655  7 Essays.|2lcgft 
700 1  Hanauer, Cathi,|eeditor. 
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