Eve Ensler Performs

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Eve Ensler performed a couple of monologues from her new book “I am an Emotional Creature: The Secret Life of Girls Around the World” in our second hour on Wednesday.

We got a very big response — both over the phones and online — so we thought we’d pull out the two readings and offer them here for your listening pleasure (and your reactions).

Here’s the monologue “You Tell Me How To Be a Girl in 2010”:

And here’s the book’s title monologue, “I Am an Emotional Creature“:

What do you think?  You can listen to the full interview — and see the range of online comments — here.

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