Summary of Joan Didion's the Year of Magical Thinking

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Please note:This audiobook has been generated using AI Voice. This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 I remember being fascinated with sex and romance from a young age, and I was constantly warned by my teachers and parents that if I showed too much interest in those things, boys would think I was easy, and girls would call me names. #2 I was eventually caught kissing one of the boys, and my mother made me stop. Boys were quiet when you kissed them. They did not tease you for being skinny or bucktoothed or smart. They let you lead when you kissed them. #3 I was a scrawny child who always carried books around. I was always overlooked for the girls who already wore training bras, had professionally styled straight hair, and who boasted of boyfriends at other schools. #4 I was not unaffected by my classmates' becoming pregnant young, even as I remained fascinated by sex and love. I was scared. Teenage pregnancy was a family curse, and every time I looked in the mirror, I worried that it would happen because of an accident.
Summary of Joan Didion's the Year of Magical Thinking