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  • Bren

    Happy Endings Are All Alike Read È 109 Happy Endings Are All Alike“And so what if happy endings didn't exist Happy moments did”Sandra Scoppettone Happy Endings Are All Alike


  • Vicky

    Happy Endings Are All Alike Read È 109 Happy Endings Are All AlikeThis book surprised me because all the lukewarm reviews on here and the date of the book's publication gave me this impression that the story and characters would be outdated I mentally shelved it with other lesbian classics like Rubyfruit Jungle and The Well of Loneliness—books I have hesitated to read for six years now But for Happy endings are all alike I like the title I received the book last night just as I was finishing another book and for some reason I couldn't sleep so I ended up reading this in one sitting during which I felt these twists in my chest


  • Nathaniel

    Happy Endings Are All Alike Read È 109 Happy Endings Are All Alikefor starters trigger warning for rapeI'm having a hard time articulating anything about this book but I'm going to try I think the writing is occasionally a little clu


  • Melinda

    Happy Endings Are All Alike Read È 109 Happy Endings Are All AlikeI first heard about this book in a summary of lesbian young adult fiction its origins and how far it's come today This book was mentioned as one of the books back from the days when characters were punished for being gay And in this novel particularly horrifically So I thought maybe I should stay away from this book for a while And I didNow having read it I can say the image I had of the book was completely false It's not a punishment story; it's an exploration of the extreme homophobia and misogyny in society especially in the 1970s when it was written and it's also a refreshingly feminist and powerful critiue I was happily surprised to find such a strong message — which is hard to find in any book but in a book written 35 years ago it was especially powerful


  • Hillary

    Happy Endings Are All Alike Read È 109 Happy Endings Are All AlikeI really enjoyed this snapshot of late 70s women's lib as found in a YA novel about lesbians Of course it seems dated now but still rings true It reminded me of the movie Girlfriends in terms of its portrayal of young feminists I loved the line about Jaret vaguely wondering how exactly not shaving her legs was contributing to the women's movement And there is so much rapping going on and not of the Grandmaster Flash variety Far out man Thanks Lizzie for bringing this back into print


  • Sian Lile-Pastore

    Happy Endings Are All Alike Read È 109 Happy Endings Are All AlikeWow this was great Amazing that this was written in 1978 as it takes in lesbianism rape and feminism without being in the slightest bit preachy as well as being totally relevant for today I know I would have loved this as a teenager and it has such an awesome moral codeThe only bit I didn't lik


  • Robert Beveridge

    Happy Endings Are All Alike Read È 109 Happy Endings Are All AlikeSandra Scoppetone Happy Endings are All Alike Alyson 1978I'm not sure what book the New York Times reviewer who called this a tensely plotted thriller was reading but it sure wasn't this one Happy Endings written before Scoppetone became a mystery vamp of the highest order is a simple if somewhat twisted coming of age tale about high school romance and all the pain and suffering it entailsJaret and Peggy are stuck in the lazy summer before college in the middle of a romance that's a badly kept secret from Jaret's mother and Peggy's father Peggy's father is a widower; Jaret's father is just plain clueless about most everything and a well kept secret from the rest of their somewhat conservative town Well for a while Things get nasty when a local boy finds out about the romance and decides that Jaret needs some conversion to heterosexual


  • Danielle

    Happy Endings Are All Alike Read È 109 Happy Endings Are All AlikeHappy Endings Are All Alike is a 1970s two girls in love in a small town story It's also a rape and beating story and one that is uite explicit so be warnedI app


  • Agnė

    Happy Endings Are All Alike Read È 109 Happy Endings Are All Alike35 out of 5I don't know much about the social climate in America in 1970s but the homophobia and sexism that the two lesbian protagonists face in Happy Endings Are All Alike seem very realistic ie infuriating and uite ridiculous I hope by today's standardsApparently this book was groundbreaking when it was first published in 1978 because it not only was one of the first YA books to feature lesbian protagonists but it also lacked common dead lesbian or eventually cured of homosexuality tropes


  • Ash

    Happy Endings Are All Alike Read È 109 Happy Endings Are All AlikeSandra Scoppettone's Happy Endings Are All Alike is about the lesbian relationship between Jaret Tyler and Peggy Danzinger over the summer before college in 1978 Like all teenagers Jaret and Peggy are struggling to define their relationship Jaret is assured in their relationship Her mother Kay found out and is relatively all right with it But Peggy is still unsure especially with her older sister Claire threatening to tell their emotionally fragile widower father about Peggy's deviant relationship However things change when Jaret is brutally raped and beaten Her rapist warning to goad her into silence He threatens to tell everyone in their small town of Gardener's Point about her relationship with Peggy Jaret won't play his game but her decision does have ramifications for all involvedI really enjoyed Happy Endings It was amazing to read about the prejudices that p