In this twentieth anniversary edition of the feminist classic In My Mother’s House, Kim Chernin tells the brave and ultimately triumphant story of Rose Chernin, Russian immigrant and passionate Old Left activist, and her daughter Kim, the narrator of this riveting memoir of conflict, confrontation, and reconciliation among four generations of Chernin women.
Kim Chernin is the author of numerous books of nonfiction and fiction, including Crossing the Border and Sex and Other Sacred Games (with Renate Stendhal), The Obsession, The Hungry Self, Reinventing Eve, The Flame Bearers, and a collection of poetry, The Hunger Song. She lives in Berkeley, California, where she has a private consultation practice.
Publication Date: May 7, 2003
trim size: 5 x 8 Trade Paperback