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My Australian Story: Secrets and Sisterhood

My Australian Story Secrets and Sisterhood Apparently we re going to a demo I ve seen pictures of demos in the newspapers of course people marching down the street holding banners and bits of cardboard with signs on them But this demo sounded

  • Title: My Australian Story: Secrets and Sisterhood
  • Author: Jenny Pausacker
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Apparently we re going to a demo I ve seen pictures of demos in the newspapers of course people marching down the street, holding banners and bits of cardboard with signs on them But this demo sounded like it was just for women I didn t get it Jan Packard starts a diary because she is bored, but she suddenly finds there is a lot happening around her Everyone seemApparently we re going to a demo I ve seen pictures of demos in the newspapers of course people marching down the street, holding banners and bits of cardboard with signs on them But this demo sounded like it was just for women I didn t get it Jan Packard starts a diary because she is bored, but she suddenly finds there is a lot happening around her Everyone seems to be changing and doing things she never expected Her mum is attending consciousness raising meetings, her best friend has gone boy crazy, she discovers her older brother was a draft dodger during the Vietnam war and there are protests and politics everywhere.

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    1 thought on “My Australian Story: Secrets and Sisterhood

    1. I decided to re-read this yesterday after I found it in a box of long-forgotten books underneath my bed. I first read this book when I was 9 or 10, as part of the scholastic My Story Book Club (loved getting those things!), and re-reading it really allowed me to see that this little book is most likely where my early feminist views came from! I distinctly remember being outraged by all the intolerance in the book, before the narrator is really aware of it, and telling my brothers off for weeks a [...]

    2. "A Tale of Two Families: The Diary of Jan Packard" follows the story of a 13-year-old girl growing up in the Melbourne suburb of Box Hill during the 1970s. It's a wonderful novel that introduces children to a number of the political hot potatoes of the day, including women's liberation and the Vietnam war. These events inevitably influence Jan's family and friends, becoming a part of her world and her burgeoning adult identity.Highly recommended!Also, I gotta say, if you're over a certain age an [...]

    3. man this book is so inspirational :-) i wish i read this earlier 5 *'s is what i give it because it has so much about history - mostly in Australia, but thats ok - about society back in the 1970s

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