The cost of living by deborah levy review a memoir and feminist manifesto at the age of 50 the acclaimed writer was divorced and living in a new flat in elliptical allusive prose she re . The cost of living by deborah levy review short sensual embattled memoir the author describes the end of her marriage and the death of her mother with compelling grace and candour. The cost of living is a brilliant addition to the genre it is about how the british author levy hot milk swimming home escaped a suffocating marriage at the age of 50 and set out to begin to take herself seriously as an artist and a free person. The cost of living is the second book of deborah levys living autobiography following the first book things i dont want to know she discusses her life after moving from her marriage home with her two school age daughters to an affordable flat in a crumbling apartment block in london. In this living autobiography infused with warmth and humor deborah levy critiques the roles that society assigns to us and reflects on the politics of breaking with the usual gendered rituals
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