With Eight Girls Taking Pictures, best-selling author Whitney Otto creates a heartwarming tale of the personal challenges faced by a group of women following World War I. It's 1917, and eight women photographers struggle with the conflicting forces within them - from the responsibilities of caring for a home and family to their personal motivations to make some kind of mark on the world.
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"This novel traces major historical events and cultural shifts in the twentieth century as they shape the lives of eight female photographers. Narrator Joy Osmanski has the manner of a reporter who admires her subjects. She portrays the characters with a tone of familiarity and respect for their successes in conquering the challenges of making art. Efficiently presenting the historical contexts of the subplots, she emphasizes the women's personal lives and relationships. The printed book includes photos, which are not included in the audio edition. J.E.M. (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"
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