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Perfect Clarity: A Novel about our Male-Dominated Misogynist Society and Four Women Who Fought Back (1874 to the Present)

PERFECT CLARITY:

A NOVEL ABOUT OUR MALE-DOMINATED MISOGYNIST
SOCIETY AND FOUR WOMEN WHO FOUGHT BACK
(1874 TO THE PRESENT)

In a world of technological advances and conflict, it seems that the only constant in the world is change. What has not changed since 1874, however, is the greatest challenge that women face: misogyny.

Perfect Clarity tells the stories of four generations of young women who dared to challenge the patriarchy. Anna, Gloria, Carin, and Kathleen fight different forms of misogyny as it adapts to different times.

Ruth Rymer presents the difficulties faced by women in a man’s world, generation after generation.

Ruth Rymer

About the Author

Ruth Rymer is an inactive (retired) attorney. She earned her PhD in a historical analysis of divorce, women’s rights, gender conflict, and applicable law in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. She made it seven times in the Best Lawyers of America.

Excerpts

“I was brutally attacked and nearly killed. Your response is that I violated a promise to you?”
“Yes, you were unfaithful to me.”
My blood pressure peaked. I told him to get out of my life.

Then the same sense of freedom flooded me as it had when I left for college.

The divorce rate hovered in the neighborhood of 50 percent . . . I wasn’t willing to take the risk of sandpaper in my life every time my husband and I had an issue. Perhaps I could achieve as happy and marriage as my parents had but it felt like I would have to swim through shark-infested waters to reach that goal.

“How could he simply toss me into the garbage pail like he did?”
“I don’t know, he just did. Right now, it is most important for you to recognize that he and his goals are no more in your interest than yours are in his. It would be a tragedy for you to stay with him.”

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