Meet Florence Gordon: blunt, brilliant, cantankerous, and passionate, a feminist icon to young women, invisible and underappreciated by most everyone else. At seventy-five, Florence has earned her right to set down the burdens of family and work and shape her legacy at long last. But just as she is beginning to write her memoir, her son Daniel returns to New York with his wife and daughter, and they embroil Florence in their dramas, clouding the clarity of her days with the frustrations of middle age and the confusions of youth. And then there is her left foot, which is starting to drag. Brian Morton here introduces a cast of unforgettable characters.