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Considered by many to be the master work by Simone de Beauvoir, A Very Easy Death focuses on death and the other limitations in one's life and with what attitude one approaches them. Through her mother's beauty, her smile, and her pride in her life and in herself, Simone learned that to be human and to have individual choice are the most important aspects of existence.
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By Herman D on 07-22-15
The right story at the right time
Would you listen to A Very Easy Death again? Why?
yes. I love the author and the reader does a good job.
What did you like best about this story?
read by a woman.
What about Hillary Huber’s performance did you like?
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Any additional comments?
please have women read women authors.
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By Carmelene on 05-03-18
Too Brainy for me.
Okay. I have now Read de Beauvoir -- I don't have to read anything else. Just too cerebral for me. There is a line in Amadeus wherein one of the characters states that (more or less) Mozart's music is good, but that it has too many notes. Ha ha. That's what I would say about this little memoir. Too many words. There were times I felt that the narrator was literally droning on. And the voice she gave the poor Mamam!!! Oh my Goodness. Sounded just like a frog. Actually, it may be worth the listen just to hear that awful voice! But that's about all I can say about this writing -- unless you are a die hard fan of the author.
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