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    Recollections of My Non-Existence

    £9.99
    ISBN: 9781783785490
    AuthorRebecca Solnit
    Pub Date04/03/2021
    Pages256
    Availability: In Stock

    In 1981, Rebecca Solnit rented a studio apartment in San Francisco, her home for the next twenty-five years. There she began the process of forging a voice in a society that preferred women to be silent. Liberated by West Coast activism, growing gay pride and punk rock, she broke through oppression and over time transformed into a writer and activist who speaks for the marginalised - galvanised to use her own voice for change.

    Recollections of My Non-Existence is the landmark memoir from a voice of a generation, and a rally cry for generations to come.

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    In 1981, Rebecca Solnit rented a studio apartment in San Francisco, her home for the next twenty-five years. There she began the process of forging a voice in a society that preferred women to be silent. Liberated by West Coast activism, growing gay pride and punk rock, she broke through oppression and over time transformed into a writer and activist who speaks for the marginalised - galvanised to use her own voice for change.

    Recollections of My Non-Existence is the landmark memoir from a voice of a generation, and a rally cry for generations to come.

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