2 thoughts on “60 Questions, Insights and Reminiscences

  1. A very light, upbeat, felicitous collection exhibiting Sharp’s usual knack for emotional authenticity and spare, well-tempered prose. Highly readable, and of interest especially to children of the 60’s and readers seeking light but ruminative fare. Sharp asks and answers, sometimes humorously, sometimes aphoristically, the questions that beset all of us of a certain age and generation, but this very accessible book will appeal to readers of all ages.

  2. Many months have passed since I’d finished this book, so when I picked it up today, I saw it with fresh eyes. And frankly, I liked what I saw.
    ’60 Questions, Insights and Reminiscences’ is divided into six parts, each dealing with questions about life through the perspective of a female baby-boomer.
    Some of the topics from ‘What’s Good About?’ include losing, pride, snobbery, prejudice, rejection, hoarding and boredom. The answers proposed mix home-spun wisdom with humour, and are written in an en

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