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About this item
Number of Pages: 336
Genre: Biography + Autobiography
Publisher: Atria Books
Author: Anuradha Bhagwati
Street Date: March 26, 2019
Item Number (DPCI): 248-51-7963
"Bhagwati's fight is both incensing and inspiring." --Booklist "Her powerful memoir is about pushing yourself beyond your limits." --PUREWOW "Remarkable and radical in all the best senses." --Barnes & Noble (BN.com) "[Anuradha] Bhagwati's book stands out most as a chronicle of overcoming psychological trauma...The book is at its most powerful when she writes about who she became in response to the violence the military trained her to commit." --The New York Times Book Review "While reading a book to review, it's usually useful to fold over a page's corner to make it easy to come back, to reflect on each noteworthy passage...But then you find yourself folding down the next page, and another, and another, until more than half the book is folded down, rendering the tactic useless as a reference but testimony to the story's potency." --Los Angeles Times "Unbecoming brims with the ebullient Bhagwati's fierce humanism, seething humor and change-maker righteousness... Anuradha Bhagwati's fiery memoir is about serving her country--both during her Marine Corps days and through her activism afterward." --Shelf Awareness for Readers "Every person interested in how the military should recruit, train and retain women must read Unbecoming. And every leader in the armed forces should pick up a copy to better understand how misogyny, sexual harassment and sexual assault hurt the all-volunteer force." --MILITARY TIMES
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