plain and awkward

And here is Kristin’s follow-up to the blog conversation: Heroines, Plain and Awkward. After wondering why movies can’t include more than a narrow ideal of beauty for women, she comes back to books like Wrinkle and the depth of portrayal of someone who seems real.



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2 Responses to plain and awkward

  1. Deanna Long says:

    Wrinkle characters are so real, and much comes from the real life of the author!

  2. I can’t seem to stop thinking about this — if you want to see these thoughts take a theological turn, here’s today’s post on my theology blog:

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