Being Someone by Ann MacLeod

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When Ellen Harmon, a small town fourth-grade school teacher, introduces her students to her lesbian lover Janey and cattle dog Ida with the words Were another kind of family, shes not prepared for the result.Follow these two women as they get fired, chase each other cross country, dive into San Franciscos womens movement and computer world and wind up on opposite sides of an anti-nuke demonstration. In the end, their lasting bond prevails over the conventional ambition to be someone.

About Ann MacLeod

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MacLeod was an activist in the New York City Women's Center and the Women's Anti-Rape Group under the name Ann Filer. She's made her living through computer programming, most recently at the University of California at Berkeley.
Published December 1, 1991 by Spinsters Ink. 325 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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