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Two New Autobiographies Remind Us how Difficult it is for Women to Find Their Own Voices.

Commentator Maureen Corrigan reviews two new autobiographies by women: "How I Became Hettie Jones," by Hettie Jones, and "Love and Other Infectious Diseases," by Molly Haskell.


Other segments from the episode on April 25, 1990

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, April 25, 1990: Interview with Jonathan D. Spence; Commentary on Dexter Gordon; Interview with Vikram Seth; Review of Hettie Jones's and Molly Haskell's memoirs "How I…


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