Ways of Looking at a Woman (Paperback)
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Literary Nonfiction. In WAYS OF LOOKING AT A WOMAN, a book-length essay that interweaves memoir with film and literary history, Caroline Hagood assumes the role of detective to ask, what is a "woman," "mother," and "writer"? By turns smart, funny, and poignant, Ways of Looking at a Woman is a profound meditation on the many mysterious layers that make up both a book and a person. "A profoundly unique and honest piece of work...a masterful, singular writer"--Mary-Louise Parker "I'll shelve it next to Maggie Nelson on the shelf marked Necessary."--Emma Straub.