I Feel Bad About My Neck - Study Guide Considering the Alternative Summary & Analysis

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Nora shares details of her birthday party when she turned sixty. She and her friends have a wonderful time in Las Vegas. The joy lasts days, but afterward, the reality of age sets in. Nora has been in denial about aging, pretending aging does not bother her. As she has dedicated a whole book on the subject, aging obviously is of interest.

Nora discusses how there are many books on the subject of aging, and most of them are in the theme that older is better than younger. Nora boldly states that it is not better. Nora is asked the question by a magazine editor, "Why do women our age say, In my day. . .? This is our day". Nora disagrees. Nora believes it is their day, the younger generation's day.

Nora conveys that the older generation is proactive. They are ready...

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