Remembering the bone house: an erotics of place and space

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Harper & Row, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 273 pages
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In a new collection of essays, the celebrated author of Plaintext reconstructs her past by exploring her erotic and emotional development in order to lay claim to her life--and women's lives in general.

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Review: Remembering The Bone House

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insufferable amount of self indulgence. reading it reminded me of when i was a kid and scanned through grown-up books just for the sexy parts. sexy parts were good. everything else was boring grown-ups talking about boring grown-up stuff. Read full review

Review: Remembering The Bone House

User Review  - Goodreads

insufferable amount of self indulgence. reading it reminded me of when i was a kid and scanned through grown-up books just for the sexy parts. sexy parts were good. everything else was boring grown-ups talking about boring grown-up stuff. Read full review

Contents

The Port
12
In Exeter
36
Elsewhere
55
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Nancy Mairs is author of several acclaimed books, including Ordinary Time, Carnal Acts, Remembering the Bone House, and Plaintext.

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