Det er tilsyneladende Mors Dag hos vore engelske og irske broderfolk. I den anledning har min kollega på Bookertalk publiceret denne liste over bøger, der portrætterer gode – og ikke så gode mødre. God fornøjelse ❤
It’s Mothering Day in the UK today – or to give it its secular name, Mother’s Day. A day when we are asked to show our appreciation for the women who brought us into the world. Mothers in books, just as they do in real life, come in all shapes and sizes. Some epitomise wisdom; love and thoughtfulness; others, well shall we say, reflect less desirable qualities.
To mark this day here’s a list of the good, the bad and the decidedly horrid mothers in literature.
Role model mothers
Mrs March: Little Women by Louisa M Alcott
Idealised motherhood as seen in this 1949 film version of Little Women
If you’re looking for a vision of maternal perfection, look no further than Mrs March (also known as Marmee) in Little Women by Louisa M Alcott. She’s left to look after the home and her four daughters while her husband goes…
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