“The cool thing about Jeannette is that she completed all three degrees in one place, and still became successful.”
“Both of our mothers (Jeannette and Mary) are deceased, yet we passed more than one St. Mary's sign and kept hearing the name Jeannette, not the most common of names.”
“My wife Jeannette is a teeny bit obsessive, so that balances things out.”
“So a real live concert pianist of thirty-five years turns her hand to writing and you have to envy such latent talent and be very grateful that it emerged, because there is nothing I can find to criticise in Jeannette Haien's style, it flows like a perfect little sonata all of its own.”
“In college, Jeannette is singled out by a professor for not understanding the plight of homeless people; instead of defending herself, she keeps quiet.”
“But the Shoutin ', Jeannette Walls' The Glass Castle tells the story of a wildly original (and wildly dysfunctional) family with humor and compassion.”
“In a lot of the reviews I read (not Dorothy’s of course), and the publicity interviews, there is a tendency to glorify the spirit of love and forgiveness in Jeannette Wells, her marvelous refusal to judge her parents, the amazing way that she has escaped unscathed from her traumatic childhood.”
“I’m curious what you’ll think of The Glass Castle after hearing your thoughts about de Lempicke; the mother in Jeannette Walls’s book finds some, oh, let’s say some worrisome ways of pursuing her art … I get a little irritated with people who criticize Gladwell.”
“In this blog post about the difference between corked wine and screw-top wine, Levitt’s wife, Jeannette, is revealed to be not only a drinker but a cork snob:”
“While growing up among the fields and pastures of her village, she was called Jeannette but when she entered into her mission, her name was changed to Jeanne, la Pucelle, or Joan, the Maid.”
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