• Title: Girls: An Anthology
  • Author: Edith Chevat, Laurie Piette, Angie Argabrite
  • Released: 1997-04-01
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 0
  • ISBN: 1887369058
  • ISBN13: 978-1887369053
  • ASIN: 1887369058
On a sticky, sooty Bronx summer day two small girls named Ruthie and Edie sit on a stoop solemnly debating the purpose of boys on the planet. Boys pull up your skirt, complains Edie, "in order to scream outside the candy store, 'Edie wears pink panties.'" This is true and not very likable, agrees Ruthie. But, she adds fairly, boys "also ran around the block a lot, had races and played war on the corner." Flip further through the pages of this anthology to "Palomino Girls," a story that captures the shape and purpose of high school cliques with an anthropologist's unflinching eye. Some of the 50 writers who contributed book excerpts, original stories, and poems about girlhood have a wonderful ear for the way girls feel and act. Others cast about awkwardly, hitting the target one minute and missing it the next. Though not all of the tales in Girls: An Anthology reach a satisfying resolution, there's much that is certain to delight.

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