Reborn

Susan Sontag

ISBN: 9780141045191

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‘In the journal I do not just express myself more openly than I could do to any person; I create myself.’ Intimate, vulnerable and unsparing, Reborn bears witness to the evolution of Susan Sontag. With entries dating from 1947-1963, the first instalment from Susan Sontag’s diaries charts her ascension from early adolescence to her early thirties. Unabashed, though thoroughly self-reflective, Sontag’s diaries reveal the inner workings of her mind, her insecurities and her passions. This compelling account of the evolution of America’s greatest post-war intellectual allows us to behold the moral and political awakening of the artist and critic. ‘An exceptionally vivid, and often moving, account of a young woman’s painful journey towards acceptance of her own nature.’ Sunday Telegraph ‘Moving on several levels . . . thrilling . . . fascinating . . . often reads like a brilliant postmodern bildungsroman’ New York Magazine ‘One can feel Sontag’s mind beginning to ripen and bloom, and the full force of the intellectual originality that would be her hallmark emerging’ The Guardian

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Format Paperback
Publisher PENGUIN GROUP
Published 01/10/2009
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