A Fighting Pig's Too Tough to Eat: And Other Prose Texts
This is the first translation of Suzanne Brogger's work to be published in English since Deliver Us From Love (1976). The book contains her autobiographical meditation, A Fighting Pig's Too Tough to Eat, and a selection of essays from the past 20 years, showing her development from social rebel to iconoclast and visionary.
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