参照 http://www.elanmcarson.com/20th-century-women-list-books-mentioned-movie/ Book List:
Part of the shaping of Jamie’s identity in this emotionally piercing coming-of-age story comes from the books that Abbie gives him from her feminism studies.
And as we grow closer to the other characters, we find that what they read also plays a role in how they’ve come to experience the world and people around them.
Below are books listed throughout the film that Jamie, as well as other characters read in the course of 20th Century Women.
Our Bodies Our Selves by Judy Norsigian (read by Jamie and Abbie) Sisterhood is powerful by Various Authors (read by Jamie and Abbie)– “The Politics of Orgasm” (essay) by Susan Lydon “It Hurts to be Alive and Obsolete: The Aging Woman” (essay) by Zoe Moss Watership Down by Richard Adams (read by Dorothea) Forever by Judy Blume (read by Julie) The Road Less Traveled by M. Scott Peck (read by Julie)