Homeward Bound: Why Women Are Embracing the New Domesticity

March 2013
Publishers Weekly;3/4/2013, Vol. 260 Issue 9, p61
Book Review
A review of the book "Homeward Bound: Why Women Are Embracing the New Domesticity," by Emily Matcher is presented.


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