Ever Since Eve: Personal Reflections on Childbirth ( kindle or Ebook ) author Nancy Caldwell Sorel

Review Ever Since Eve: Personal Reflections on Childbirth

From time immemorial younger women have been asking older women What is it like to have a baby Here at last is a book that brings together the reactions of a wide array of women—some rich some poor some famous some not so famous—to the experience of childbirth Ranging from Sophia Loren to ueen Victoria from Colette to Elzire Dionne it explains in human terms.

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Ever Since Eve: Personal Reflections on Childbirth

As no clinical description can what the experience of having a baby is really like A universal process that is uniue in each instance birth is inherently dramatic and changes even people who never expected to be deeply affected Indeed some of the most revealing pieces in Ever Since Eve are the testimony of men about fatherhood men as diverse as Napoleon and WC.

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Fields A fascinating collection of vignettes Ever Since Eve examines childbirth in different parts of the globe offers some intriguing footnotes to history and presents a view of public figures in their most private moments Compelling reading for every pregnant woman this book will be a treasured keepsake for anyone who has ever had—or would like to have—a ba.

3 thoughts on “Ever Since Eve: Personal Reflections on Childbirth

  1. says:

    I was absolutely convinced at one point that I would be a midwife and so I read lots of childbirth stories This is a beautiful compendium of both happy and horror stories Very vulnerable

  2. says:

    This was my favorite of all the childbirth books I read Do you know how women are always telling their childbirth stories to one another? In any group of women eventually this is one of the things we have to share about ourselves This is a book of childbirth stories across time history and I found it fascinating

  3. says:

    A fascinating compilation