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Social Science Women's Studies

World Enough and Time

Conversations with Canadian Women at Midlife

by (author) Andrea Mudry

Dundurn Press
Initial publish date
Nov 1996
Women's Studies, Women, General
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"For me, getting older physically seems to be epitomized in the feeling that I look like my mother. She’s really attractive … It’s just that I can see that she’s older, and I’m not supposed to be."
- Charlotte Wilson Hammond

"My view of the world is slowly becoming more integrated. Sometimes I feel as if I’ve walked to the top of a mountain, and can look down and see all around."
- Lesia Gregorovitch

"Some women have told me that they’re too old at fifty. And I wondered to myself why - at fifty - would anyone think herself too old?"
- Linda Silver Dranoff

"Now I look upon everything I do … and say, ’Is this how I’m going to be using the energy that I have, or am I going to use it in a different way?"
- Roberta Bondar

"The most important thing is not to be afraid."
- Kim Campbell

About the author

Andrea Mudry is an editor and award-winning writer with special interest in social issues and the arts. She has degrees in the humanities from the University of Toronto and Bristol University. A Toronto native, Andrea lives in Guelph, Ontario, with her husband, Peter Brigg.

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Editorial Reviews

"Invites each woman, including readers, to evaluate life from their own platform. World Enough and Time teaches us that womanhood is worth celebrating at all life stages."

Woman's News Magazine