Still Woman Enough

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Still Woman Enough is a 2002 autobiography of American country music legend Loretta Lynn, written by Lynn with the help of Patsi Bale Cox.[1] The book discusses, in-depth, Lynn's life, from her early days in Butcher Hollow, Kentucky, as the daughter of a coal miner, her marriage to Oliver "Doolittle" Lynn, her musical career, and personal triumphs and trials in Lynn's life up to the time the book was written.

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