Part 1, pgs. 1-28
• The author is writing a book about waking up more.
• Two men remark that a woman should be on her knees, as the author's daughter is stocking at the drugstore.
• The author has a dream about giving birth.
• The author begins to realize she is different from the Gracious Ladies.
• The author feels she is often identified as a Christian writer.
• In adolescence, girls apparently go to sleep, losing their feisty natures.
Part 1, pgs. 28-59
• The author tries to avoid the idea of the Feminine Wound by diving into the holidays.
• Girls have been taught to dumb down in order to appear less threatening.
• Recognizing the wound is an important part of life.
• The author hears the phrase Great Mother.
• The author burns her drawings.
• Sue begins to look at her feminine scripts.
Part 1, pgs. 59-83
• Sue's awakening is a fragile one that she keeps...
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