Molly’s Daughter:  A Three Generation Story Exploring – What Do Women Really Want? by Margaret Frings Keyes

Molly's Daughter, the novelized memoir of one family, deals with the eldest daughter of three generations of women, each on the turning edge of social change.  Family and social legacy issues are woven into the stories of mother, daughter and granddaughter – from the labor movement of the early 1900s, through the Great Depression and wars of the 30s and 40s, on to the social revolutions during the 50s, 60s, and 70s, then to the more global issues we face today.  The question, What do women really want? is a thread that runs with fresh insights and deeper understanding, through a century of richly detailed family life.

Margaret Frings Keyes is a social-activist psychotherapist in San Francisco and Muir Beach, California.  She has taught and written extensively on crisis in the life-cycle and family legacy questions.  She conducts groups for men, women, couples, and other psychotherapists.  She is currently an adjunct professor at the Fromm Institute in the University of San Francisco.

Molly’s Daughter: A Three Generation Story Exploring – What Do Women Really Want?

Paperback – 332 pages


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