Back in the 1980s, Anna Quindlen’s New York Times column, “Life in the 30s,” delineated — with humor and grace — what so many of her fellow newly liberated female Boomers were going through: the complications of using your maiden name after you have children. Check. The challenges of balancing a career with parenting. Check. Grocery shopping with small children in tow, “an event I hope to see included in the Olympics in the near future.” Check again.
Still Life with Bread Crumbs, Quindlen’s seventh novel, offers the literary equivalent of
Article source: http://www.npr.org/2014/01/29/264553979/anna-quindlen-is-still-the-voice-of-her-generation