Following the Tambourine Man: A Birthmother’s Memoir (Writing American Women)

Following the Tambourine Man: A Birthmother's Memoir (Writing American Women)
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Set during the sexual revolution of the sixties, recalls the work of handling the enormous impact of a ten-generation Americans who came of age during the processing period for changing habits. Janet Mason Ellerby follow the tortuous path it took a sheltered and privileged childhood and early adolescence to unplanned pregnancy and banishment, and that the birth of his daughter and adoption. She then digs into the complex journey began in thirty-five years, haunted by the memory of her first child and try to compensate his loss. Ellerby craft an ethnography, and reflect on the modifications in the attitudes of middle-class Americans who informed the conservative suburbs of the fifties, thanks to the political revolution of the sixties, seventies, and nowadays. In this way, it gives a individual comment to change the culture of adoption and described with respect to the discomfort that numerous birthmothers bear. Following the Tambourine Man: A Birthmother’s Memoir (Writing American Ladies)

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