Les Très Riches Heures de Martha Stewart

Talbot, Margaret
May 1996
New Republic;5/13/96, Vol. 214 Issue 20, p30
Profiles celebrity Martha Stewart. Comparison between Stewart and Julia Child; Ambition of Stewart's design for living; Type of women who find Stewart appealing; Claim that Stewart is not interested in having a family despite the obeisance she pays to the social institution; Similarity between Stewart and domestic scientists.


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