“The voice that has for three decades provided a lyrical narrative of the changing position of women in American society.” —The New York Times
At twenty, Alix Kates Shulman left her native Cleveland, Ohio, for New York's Greenwich Village, seeking a freer place to spend the 1950s. In the following decades she became a political activist, feminist, teacher, and award-winning writer.
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She has written fourteen books, including five novels, three memoirs, three books for children, two books on the anarchist Emma Goldman, an essay collection, and numerous short stories and essays.
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