I understand and appreciate this book's importance as a feminist classic and a portrait of an age, but I honestly didn't like it as much as I thought I would.
Anyway, even if the first half really didn’t got me, the second one has many interesting parts about womanhood. Plus, her writing is very clever and funny.
“People don’t complete us. We complete ourselves. If we haven’t the power to complete ourselves, the search for love becomes a search for self-annihilation…”