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Different Woman 's odyssey
explores feelings on liberation
A Different Woman, by Jane Howard
The number of new books being written by
women is becoming so great that Newsweek
called it a revolution.
Joining this minor renaissance is Jane
Howard with her second book, A Different
Woman. Her first book, Please Touch: A
Guided Tour of th Human Potential
Movement, was published in 1970.
A Different Woman is based on Howard's
Odys'eus-like travels in an attempt to discover
what women in America were saying about
liberation. The method is not new (recall John
Steinbeck's Travels With Charley), but it can be
Highlights include such important chapters
as the one on Ken Kesey, (author of One Flew
Over the Cuckoo's Nest) and some passages
which come close to being poetry: "I love to
. read my paper in the morning. Some days I
read the Lost and Found notices. Poodle, ans.
to "Coco." Pearl bracelet, vie. 37th & Mad.
Reward. The Sagafiord sails this morning from
West Houston Street. Showers likely through
Thursday. Not responsible for debts incurred
by my wife."
Regardless of the opinions around her,
Howard maintains a certain aloofness. By the
end of the book this provokes the reader's
curiosity about Howard's own views on the
feminist movement. Finally she tells us: "I'm a
sympathizer, a femsymp if you will, but some
feminists come on so abrasive they alarm even
me. Some of these zealots remind me of
Pentecostal Christians who grab your elbcw and
stare you down and demand, "Do you know
the Lord?" . . . Pentecostal ism fervor happens
not to be my style, nor does evangelical
"feminism. (But) I think our cause is
The Joffrey Ballet, regarded as one of America's finest
ballet companies, will perform at 8 p.m. tonight and
Saturday at Pershing Auditorium. A few tickets are still
available at the Pershing box office for tonight's
performance, but Saturday's performance is sold out.
Since its inception in 1956, the Joffrey has been known
for its youthful vitality. Dances have been choreographed
by Gerald Arpino, Jose Limon, Leohide Massine, Jerome
Bobbin' tof West - Side' Story iame) ' and Sir Frederick
The company's performances in Lincoln are sponsored
by the University of Nebraska and the National Bank of
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The weekend around
Lincoln features some of ttie
finest local entertainment from
Branding Iron-E. C. Riders
play country-western mus'C
Penington pla, keyboard and
Denny Zager, guitar.
Oer Loaf Und Stein-Charlie
The Zoo The Blueyross
Crusade, featuring Steve
Hanson, moves to The Zoo this
Satellite Again this week
the Johnny R3y Gon-iez Trio,
popular and easy-listening
rock group with Buzz
dancers backed by Middle
Open Latch-Guitarist Larry
Eberman opens here this week.
St. George and the
Dragon Jasmine remains here
for another week.
Boar's Head -Guitarist Jack
Downs provides entertainment.
contemporary duo, featured
again this weeL.
Sheldon Art Gallory-The
Beethoven Sonata Series fourth
proaram will be presented
Sunday at 3 p.m. Admission is
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