The Unmade Bed (Summary)

ebook The Messy Truth About Men and Women in the 21st Century

By Stephen Marche

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Stephen Marche engagingly highlights the friction at the intersection of everyday life and gender politics. He gave up his tenure-track teaching position so his family could move to Canada where his wife had been offered a great job. She became the primary breadwinner, and Marche stayed home to raise their children. His intellectual musings, political soliloquys, personal disclosures and occasional speeches make his essays as challenging as they are endearing. Happily, commentary by Marche’s wife, magazine editor Sarah Fulford, anchors the conversation. getAbstract finds that their fresh perspective is a treat for those navigating the evolving domestic and professional landscape and a boost for proponents of gender equality.

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From THE UNMADE BED by Stephen Marche with commentary by his wife Editor Sarah Fulford. Copyright © 2017 by Stephen Marche. Reprinted by permission of Simon & Schuster, Inc.

The Unmade Bed (Summary)