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  • Mrs. Everything

    Growing up in 1950’s Detroit Jo and Bethie Kaufman had a happy childhood. Jo is a real tomboy; she’s tall, slender and likes sports. Beth’s is pretty; she worries about her weight and dreams of getting the lead role in the high school play. Then unexpectedly their father passes away, home life changes, their mum needs to work, she’s constantly worried about money and not home. Jo finishes college; she marries Dave Braverman, becomes a mother and loses herself. Beth is a free spirit she lives a nomadic life style, wearing bell bottoms jeans, taking drugs and wonders what happened to Harold Jefferson from high school? The 1960’s and 1970’s women’s roles started to change, women’s liberation, society expectations, American was involved in the Vietnam War and had racial division. Mrs. Everything covers a variety of topics and both of the main characters of Jo and Bethie are involved and have their own personal struggles. Jo has problems with her marriage, expectations of motherhood and accepting her sexual preference. Beth feels she’s not good enough; she tries to forget what happened to her as a teenager and takes drugs. I received a copy of Mrs. Everything in exchange for an honest review, I gave it four stars and it has the perfect title.

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