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Whose Story Is This? : Old Conflicts, New Chapters

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New feminist essays for the #MeToo era from the international best-selling author of Men Explain Things to Me.

Who gets to shape the narrative of our times? The current moment is a battle royale over that foundational power, one in which women, people of color, non-straight people are telling other versions, and white people and men and particularly white men are trying to hang onto the old versions and their own centrality. In Whose Story Is This? Rebecca Solnit appraises what's emerging and why it matters and what the obstacles are.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 135 x 191 x 20mm | 227g
  • Chicago, United States
  • English
  • 1642590185
  • 9781642590180
  • 119,217

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"Rebecca Solnit is essential feminist reading."
--The New Republic

"Rebecca Solnit is the voice of the resistance."
--New York Times Magazine

"In these times of political turbulence and an increasingly rabid and scrofulous commentariat, the sanity, wisdom and clarity of Rebecca Solnit's writing is a forceful corrective. Whose Story Is This? is a scorchingly intelligent collection about the struggle to control narratives in the internet age."
--Alex Preston, The Guardian

"Solnit's passionate, shrewd, and hopeful critiques are a road map for positive change."
--Kirkus Reviews

"Solnit's exquisite essays move between the political and the personal, the intellectual and the earthy."
--ELLE

"Rebecca Solnit reasserts herself here as one of the most astute cultural critics in progressive discourse."
--Publishers Weekly

"No writer has better understood the mix of fear and possibility, peril and exuberance that's marked this new millennium."
--Bill McKibben, founder of 350.org
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About Rebecca Solnit

Writer, historian, and activist Rebecca Solnit is the author of more than twenty books on feminism, western and indigenous history, popular power, social change and insurrection, wandering and walking, hope and disaster, including Call Them By Their True Names (Winner of the 2018 Kirkus Prize for Nonfiction), Cinderella Liberator, Men Explain Things to Me, The Mother of All Questions, and Hope in the Dark, and co-creator of the City of Women map, all published by Haymarket Books; a trilogy of atlases of American cities, The Faraway Nearby, A Paradise Built in Hell: The Extraordinary Communities that Arise in Disaster, A Field Guide to Getting Lost, Wanderlust: A History of Walking, and River of Shadows: Eadweard Muybridge and the Technological Wild West (for which she received a Guggenheim, the National Book Critics Circle Award in criticism, and the Lannan Literary Award). Her forthcoming memoir, Recollections of My Nonexistence, is scheduled to release in March, 2020. A product of the California public education system from kindergarten to graduate school, she is a columnist at the Guardian and a regular contributor to Literary Hub.
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