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 Real Estate

Real Estate


<b>Winner of the <i>Los Angeles Times</i> Christopher Isherwood Prize for Autobiographical Prose</b><br><b>Named a Best Book of the Year by NPR, the <i>Washington Post</i>, <i>TIME</i>, and <i>Kirkus</i></b><br><b>A <i>Millions</i></b> <b>Most Anticipated Book of the Year</b><br><b>A <i>USA Today</i> Book Not to Miss</b><br><b>A <i>LitHub </i>Best-Reviewed Book of the Year<br><br></b><b><i>Real Estate</i> is the third and final installment in three-time Booker Prize nominated Deborah Levy's Living Autobiography series: an exhilarating, thought-provoking and boldly intimate meditation on home and the specters that haunt it in our patriarchal society.</b><br><b><br></b><i>“Three bicycles. Seven ghosts. A crumbling apartment block on the hill. Fame. Tenderness. The statue of Peter Pan. Silk. Melancholy. The banana tree. A love story.”</i><br><i> </i><br>Virginia Woolf wrote that in order to be a writer, a woman needs a room of one's own. Now, in <i>Real Estate</i>, acclaimed author Deborah Levy concludes her ground-breaking trilogy of living autobiographies with an exhilarating, boldly intimate meditation on home and the specters that haunt it.<br> <br>In this vibrant memoir, Levy employs her characteristic indelible writing, sharp wit, and acute insights to craft a searing examination of womanhood and ownership. Her inventory of possessions, real and imagined, pushes readers to question our cultural understanding of belonging and belongings and to consider the value of a woman's intellectual and personal life.<br> <br>Blending personal history, gender politics, philosophy, and literary theory, <i>Real Estate</i> is a brilliant, compulsively readable narrative.<br>

Book Details


Bloomsbury USA


Aug 24, 2021





Age Level

General Adult