Twenty-eight of todayas top Jewish women writers tell the truth about all the things their rabbis warned them never to discuss in public in this hilarious and provocative collection. Includes original essays on: ac Finding (and Divorcing) the Perfect Jewish Man ac Not Calling Your Mother ac Marrying a German ac Failing to Supply Enough Grandchildren ac Learning to RSVP No ac And many other guilty pleasures . . . Includes pieces by: Elisa Albert, Aimee Bender, Jennifer Bleyer, Kera Bolonik, Rabbi Sharon Brous, Baz Dreisinger, Pearl Gluck, Rebecca Goldstein, Lori Gottlieb, Lauren Grodstein, Dara Horn, Molly Jong-Fast, Rachel Kadish, Jenna Kalinsky, Cynthia Kaplan, Binnie Kirshenbaum, Amy Klein, Daphne Merkin, Tova Mirvis, Gina Nahai, Katie Rophie, Francesca SegrAc, Wendy Shanker, Laurie Gwen Shapiro, Susan Shapiro, Ayelet Waldman, Rebecca Walker, Sheryl ZohnThe book begins with aChai Anxiety, a a guide to worrying in the twenty- first century. (Because ... And as youa#39;ll see in aGuiltily Ever After, a once you get married it doesna#39;t get any easier (even though you finally own that lovely KitchenAid mixer).
|Title||:||The Modern Jewish Girl's Guide to Guilt|
|Author||:||Ruth Andrew Ellenson|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2006-07-25|