High praise for Christine Ray’s “The Myths of Girlhood”
Reviewed By Gisela Dixon for Readers’ Favorite
The Myths of Girlhood by Christine E. Ray is a poetry collection that revolves around the theme of womanhood and everything it entails. The Myths of Girlhood is a stark book in the sense that it portrays the woman not simply as the stereotypical gentle, delicate “fairer sex” but instead as a raw, powerful warrior that fights both external and internal battles. The book is well formatted and after the initial introduction of what the book is about, it dives into several poems that deal with a wide range of themes. These center around fighting battles not only against society as a whole in order to break free from the rules and restrictions of gender, but also internal fights for self-esteem, self-worth, and self-respect.
The Myths of Girlhood by Christine E. Ray is a powerful collection of poems and Christine’s voice is raw…
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