REVIEW ☆ Perfectly Correct

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REVIEW ☆ Perfectly Correct â A wickedly witty tale of modern manners happily suggesting that PC is not the only way to be Dr Louise Case has the right career the right country cottage and a commitment free relationship with a fellow academic According to contemporary codes it's all very correct — except that Louise begins to suspect that it's far froA wickedly witty tale of modern manners happily suggesting that PC is not the only way to be Dr Louise Case has the right career the right country cottage and a commitment free relationship with a fe. Reread after many years and still as funny as ever this is a satirical look at 1990s political correctness and feminism Louise Case is a University lecturer trying to write an essay on D H Lawrence and his attitude to women in his books It is a sad fact that she doesn't read for enjoyment only whether it has negative or positive attitudes towards women She is in a three way relationship with her best friend's husband and thinks it is all very modern Then into her life comes Rose a traveller who camps in her orchard and Andrew a down to earth farmer both of whom turn the life she has known upside down Philippa Gregory's early novels will mostly be out of print now which is a pity I preferred this to her scholarly Tudor works

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Upts everything Soon both campus and cottage are in chaos while the old lady commences to set her own house a decrepit old van in order And this includes an unthinkably traditional role for Louis. Perfectly witty Perfectly Correct is a deliciously irreverent self parodying dig at feminism And Rose eighty if she's a day is my favourite feminist of all time Dr Louise Case is a lecturer on feminism in a commitment free relationship with Toby another academic who's married to Miriam Louise's best friend who runs a home for battered women Confused You will be but not for longIn praise of female friendship eventually cocking a snook at the idea of the 'new man' it's a clever witty smart book; very well written too in passages of wonderfully descriptive prose I've read it before I'll probably read it again at some point Highly recommended

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Perfectly CorrectLlow academic According to contemporary codes it's all very correct except that Louise begins to suspect that it's far from perfect Then along comes Rose eighty if she's a day who effortlessly disr. Pollock gave me this book