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'Awfully opinionated for a girl' is what they call Hillary as she grows up in her Chicago suburb. In Rodham, Curtis Sittenfeld imagines how different the world might have been if this ‘awfully opinionated girl’ had grown up and not married Bill Clinton.
You might know she's written an alternate history of Hillary Rodham Clinton's life, but which of Curtis Sittenfeld's books do you read next? Follow our guide.
The novelist's New York Times' bestseller imagines a world in which for former First Lady never married. She tells Alice Vincent about the most challenging novel she's ever written.
Curtis Sittenfeld is the author of the Sunday Times and New York Times bestselling Rodham. Other novels include American Wife and Prep, both bestsellers and longlisted for the Orange Prize, The Man of My Dreams, Sisterland, Eligible, and the acclaimed short story collections You Think It, I'll Say It and Help Yourself. Her stories have appeared in the New Yorker, Esquire, Oprah Magazine and the New York Times magazine. Sittenfeld was also the guest editor for the 2020 Best American Short Stories anthology. She lives with her family in the American Midwest. Follow her on Twitter @CSittenfeld
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