Baseball and Growing Up in the 1950's

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American History

 

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Dennis J

 

Date added:

December 31, 2013

 

Level:

University

 

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A

 

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5 / 1184

 

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It seems that things are so different yet, so much the same. I was expecting to hear of playing in the neighborhood and long summer days spent riding bikes with friends but, the baseball aspect was a surprise to me. I thought that, in such a conservative, oppressive era, little girls would be given Barbie dolls instead of scorebooks...
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I thought that, in such a conservative, oppressive era, little girls would be given Barbie dolls instead of scorebooks. As a reader, we know that there are exceptions to the stereotypes, but we rarely get to hear their stories. That is why I found this memoir to be fascinating and inspiring. It seems that every little girl should have a special connection to her father, especially in a decade that is know for its focus on family and children...
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