MUCH TALKED ABOUT NOVEL JUST RELEASED! The Rise and Fall of a Jewish American Princess follows a female Rocky who, leaving behind the generations of women defined by marriage, rises above all obstacles into her true self on her own terms as a successful artist. Dianne Roseman is programmed by her angry mother to be a Jewish princess and to define herself by marriage. After a brutal rejection, while dreaming of becoming an artist, Dianne struggles with divorce, single parenting, and a passionate love affair with David Noel, a well-known dealer of contemporary art. Against all obstacles, from 1960 and into the '80s, Dianne evolves into her true self. On her own terms, she becomes a successful artist inside the difficult world of contemporary art. The novel explores women of all generations trapped in roles imposed on them by the past.
Used availability for Barbara Rose Brooker's The Rise and Fall of a Jewish American Princess
April 2017 : USA Paperback
October 2014 : USA Paperback
December 2000 : USA Paperback