It’s about the importance of all of us speaking freely, even if people wanna silence us. So that we can become the kind of women our younger selves would admire.
Write it like no one will ever read it.[Not Luke, not your musty in-laws, definitely not your parents.]That is how you write something worth reading.[to Ani]
I need to be able to say that I work at The New York Times, that I live in an elevator doorman building in Tribeca, and that my name is Ani Harrison because I married the lacrosse captain of Nantucket.[to Nell]
One day, I’ll have a corner office with my own insufferable display of prestigious and frankly phallic-looking awards. Until then, I pretend I’m important.
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I intend to send a very clear message. This is an heirloom. We don’t just have money. We come from money. Take your best shot.