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Judith Rossner

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I knew I'd have to go to work in real estate or something else or I could never finish my novel.

— Judith Rossner

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I was 37 years old. I wanted to support myself by writing.

— Judith Rossner

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I was dictating to my mother when I was 5.

— Judith Rossner

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I'd like to get out of here without having to talk to the producer.

— Judith Rossner

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I'm a lousy journalist.

— Judith Rossner

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It takes far less courage to kill yourself than it takes to make yourself wake up one more time. It's harder to stay where you are than to get out. For everyone but you, that is.

— Judith Rossner

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It's astonishing what some women will put up with just to have a warm body. Some of the brightest women I know are just obsessed with that search. It's very sad.

— Judith Rossner

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My abiding theme is separations.

— Judith Rossner


My first book took five years to write and I made $1,000 on it. The second took three years and I made $3,000. All this time I was a housewife being supported by a husband. I was very lucky.

— Judith Rossner

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The more interesting the 9-to-5 work is, the more it takes away from my real work, which is writing.

— Judith Rossner

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Judith Rossner did secretarial work in a real estate business to support herself. Attachments was followed by Emmeline the story of a fourteen-year-old farm girl who gets a factory job to support her impoveriJudith Rossnerd family. Goodbar remained Rossner's best known and best selling work Judith Rossner continued to write.

Judith Perelman Rossner (March 31 1935 – August 9 2005) was an American novelist best known for her 1975 novel Looking for Mr. Though Looking for Mr. Goodbar which was inspired by the murder of Roseann Quinn and examined the underside of the 1970s sexual liberation movement.

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