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At the yearly gathering of booklovers held in Chicago’s McCormick Place convention center June 22 – 27, Wordsworth the Better World Bookmobile is...
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Turns out that "The Bitch In the House" was only half the story. Daniel Jones, husband of Cathi Hanauer, has rallied the men for the "literary equivalent of "The Full Monty,"" in which a group of thoughtful, passionate and often hilarious men lay it bare when it comes to their wives and girlfriends, their hopes and fears. Many of these husbands and fathers contemplate aspects of their personal lives they've never before revealed -- kicking open the door on their marriages and sex lives, their fathering and domestic conflicts, their most intimate relationships and situations.
Powerful, heartfelt and irreverent, this is a bold, unprecedented glimpse into the glaring truths of modern relationships.
Audio contains the following essays, written and read by the contributors
Preface -- Cathi Hanauer Introduction -- Daniel Jones A Bachelor's Fear -- Steve Friedman I Am Man, Hear Me Bleat -- Fred Leebron My List of Chores -- Christopher Russell Ward and June R Us -- Rob Spillman Embracing the Little SteeringWheel -- Manny Howard Log Man -- David Gates Chivalry on Ice -- Daniel Jones
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