‘I am not your daddy’: Why ‘Daughters’ is a feminist classic

It’s a classic “Daughters” story, one that’s both heartwarming and deeply affecting.

A group of teenage girls in rural Kansas have a vision to change the world by becoming mothers, but it’s also an exploration of gender roles, and a warning to the rest of us about what it means to be a parent.

(It’s also a cautionary tale for those of us who don’t want to give up on being the one to raise our kids.)

And now, thanks to the folks at The Atlantic, you can relive the moment of the book’s creation, as well as the moment when it was first released in 1993.

Read more The novel was written by Jane Eyre author Katherine Mansfield, who wrote “The Girl in the Red Coat” (1897), and “The Night the World Turned Upside Down” (1908).

Now you can read the whole story on the “I Am Not Your Daddy” page, and if you want to learn more about the book, check out the book history, or the movie trailer for “Daughter.”

“I am Not Your Dad” was published in 1993 by Simon & Schuster.

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