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What Would Cleopatra Do? Audiobook Summary

“Fun, cheeky” (Booklist), and a visual delight, What Would Cleopatra Do? shares the wisdom and advice passed down from Cleopatra, Queen Victoria, Dorothy Parker, and forty-seven other heroines from past eras on how to handle common problems women have encountered throughout history and still face today.

What Would Cleopatra Do? tackles issues by reminding us of inspiring feminists from the past, telling their stories with warmth, humor, and verve. From sticking up for yourself, improving body image, deciding whether to have children, finding a mentor, getting dumped, feeling like an imposter, being unattractive, and dealing with gossip, we can learn a lot by reading motivational stories of heroic women who, living in much tougher times through history, took control of their own destinies and made life work for them.

Here are Cleopatra’s thoughts on sibling rivalry, Mae West on positive body image, Frida Kahlo on finding your style, Catherine the Great on dealing with gossip, Agatha Christie on getting dumped, Hedy Lamarr on being underestimated—to list only a few—as well as others who address dilemmas including career-planning, female friendship, loneliness, financial management, and political engagement.

Featuring whimsical illustrations by L.A.-based artist Bijou Karman, What Would Cleopatra Do? is a distinctive, witty, and gift-worthy tribute to history’s outstanding women.

What Would Cleopatra Do? Audiobook Narrator

Madeleine Maby is the narrator of What Would Cleopatra Do? audiobook that was written by Elizabeth Foley

About the Author(s) of What Would Cleopatra Do?

Elizabeth Foley is the author of What Would Cleopatra Do?

Elizabeth Foley is the editor and author (with Beth Coates) of the bestselling Homework for Grown-Ups, as well as Shakespeare for Grown-Ups and What Would Cleopatra Do?

What Would Cleopatra Do? Full Details

NarratorMadeleine Maby
Length3 hours and 44 minutes
AuthorElizabeth Foley
PublisherSimon & Schuster Audio
Release dateNovember 06, 2018


According to Simon & Schuster Audio, the Publisher of What Would Cleopatra Do? Audiobook, What Would Cleopatra Do? includes the following subjects: What Would Cleopatra Do, What Would Boudicca Do, Liz Foley, Beth Coates, E. Foley, B. Coates, Homework for Grownups, Homework for Grown-ups, Rad American Women A-Z, Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, We Should All be Feminists, Rejected Princesses, The Little Book of Feminist Saints, Boudicca, Mary Wollstonecraft, Mae West, Rosa Parks, Mina Wylie, Akiko Yosano, Chevalier d'Eon, Mother Teresa, Hypatia, Fe del Mundo, Sappho, Frida Kahlo, Ada Lovelace, Mekatilili, Wang Zhenyi, Emily Dickinson, Cleopatra, Dorothy Parker, Fanny Cochrane Smith, Betty Ford, Isabella Beeton, George Eliot, Odette Sansom, Althea Gibson, Elizabeth I, Agatha Christie, Grace Hopper, Catherine the Great, Hedy Lamarr, Eleanor of Aquitaine, Coco Chanel, Sheila Michaels, Soraya Tarzi, Cixi, Rosalind Franklin, Caroline Haslett, Amelia Earhart, Sacagawea, Clara Schumann, Masako Katsura, Enehduanna, Josephine Baker, Queen Victoria, Ann Richards, Pauline Kael, Madam CJ Walker, Madam C J Walker, Annie Oakley, Edith Head, advice for women, female role models, female heroes, heroines, women's rights, women's issues, women's studies, gender politics, strong women, remarkable women, female leaders, suffragettes, famous american women, famous women throughout history, The BISAC Subject Code is

Additional info

The imprint is Simon & Schuster Audio. It is supplied by Simon & Schuster. The ISBN-10 is 1508269130. The ISBN-13 is 9781508269137.

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This book is only available in the United States.

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