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Mothers and Daughters
Mothers and Daughters is a collection of comic strips and panels by female cartoonists exploring the dimensions of mother-daughter relationships. It was edited by Liza Donnelly and published by Ballantine Books in 1993.
America's foremost female cartoonists show why having a mother or having a daughter takes a lifetime to get used to--and that's if you're lucky! Witty, irreverent, and insighful, Mothers and Daughters includes the work of: Lynda Barry, Roz Chast, Liza Donnelly, Cathy Guisewite, Nicole Hollander, Lynn Johnston, Mimi Pond, Victoria Roberts, Signe Wilkinson, and many more!