Prisons We Choose to Live Inside
In her 1985 CBC Massey Lectures Doris Lessing addresses the question of personal freedom and individual responsibility in a world increasingly prone to political rhetoric, mass emotions, and inherited structures of unquestioned belief.
The Nobel Prize-winning author of more than thirty books, Doris Lessing is one of our most challenging and important writers.
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Prisons We Choose To Live Inside by Doris Lessing 1986 These essays are taken from a series of five lectures given by Doris Lessing under the auspices of the Canadian Broadcasting Company in 1985. The ... Read full review
PRISONS WE CHOOSE TO LIVE INSIDEUser Review - Kirkus
Many of Lessing's (Shikasta; The Good Terrorist, etc.) novels have dealt with the particular confusions and complexities of modern life. In these brief essays, originally lectures, she confronts the ... Read full review
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