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Meghan and Beth Discover, It's a Men's World

Grace Peterson

Intrigued by whispers of a community connection, Beth picks up the book chronicling Meghan's life after graduate school. As both women navigate careers amid outdated attitudes about women's place, they discover the persisting barriers of a man's world.

While Meghan conducts research into the decline of family farms, her work conjures Beth's own rural upbringing and current reality as a farm wife straddling tradition and technology. Their parallel sexual awakenings underscore the universality of women's experience.

An insider's glimpse of Meghan's faculty position reveals to Beth the complex machinery underlying campus life. As Beth reflects on the roads untaken, Meghan's bold choices highlight the excitement missing from Beth's more traditional path.

Ultimately, their interwoven stories surface timeless questions about agency, destiny, and the feminine struggle to balance fierce independence with enduring community. Do we ever really choose our fate, or does life choose for us?

Book Details

  • Publisher: Austin Macauley
  • Publish Date: Jul 19th, 2024
  • Pages: 156
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.00in - 5.00in - 0.33in - 0.35lb
  • EAN: 9798886936698
  • Categories: Fantasy - ContemporaryRomance - Contemporary

About the Author

Peterson, Grace: -

This novel by Grace Peterson has been preceded by a lifetime of writing, beginning with editorials for her high school paper, which she co-edited. During her 55-year career as a professor of psychology, she wrote case history research reports at the Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota, which resulted in a life-long interest in the welfare of children. She wrote elementary school curricula for the Minnesota Mathematics and Science Center, Institute of Technology, University of Minnesota. She has also authored many research reports on learning, gambling, environmental attitudes, a statistics chapter, book reviews, and opinion pieces, as well as books on learning, child development, and organizational psychology. Along with her husband, Keith, she edited a book on the organization of the Russian Orthodox Church. She has also been acknowledged for her assistance and editing of several books. With her husband, she has raised an international family of six children.