I Who Have Never Known Men Jacqueline Harpman

I Who Have Never Known Men

Author: Jacqueline Harpman
$17.99 $26.99 1799
11 items In Stock
  • Successful pre-order.Thanks for contacting us!
  • Order within
Book Title
I Who Have Never Known Men
Author
Jacqueline Harpman
ISBN
9781945492600
Ursula K. LeGuin meets The Road in a post-apocalyptic modern classic of female friendship and intimacy.Deep underground, thirty-nine women live imprisoned in a cage. Watched over by guards, the women have no memory of how they got there, no notion of time, and only a vague recollection of their lives before. As the burn of electric light merges day into night and numberless years pass, a young girl--the fortieth prisoner--sits alone and outcast in the corner. Soon she will show herself to be the key to the others' escape and survival in the strange world that awaits them above ground. Jacqueline Harpman was born in Etterbeek, Belgium, in 1929, and fled to Casablanca with her family during WWII. Informed by her background as a psychoanalyst and her youth in exile, I Who Have Never Known Men is a haunting, heartbreaking post-apocalyptic novel of female friendship and intimacy, and the lengths people will go to maintain their humanity in the face of devastation. Back in print for the first time since 1997, Harpman's modern classic is an important addition to the growing canon of feminist speculative literature.Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Jacqueline HarpmanPublisher: Transit BooksPublished: 05/10/2022ISBN: 9781945492600Pages: 208Weight: 0.50lbsSize: 7.90h x 5.20w x 0.70d

Ursula K. LeGuin meets The Road in a post-apocalyptic modern classic of female friendship and intimacy.

Deep underground, thirty-nine women live imprisoned in a cage. Watched over by guards, the women have no memory of how they got there, no notion of time, and only a vague recollection of their lives before.

As the burn of electric light merges day into night and numberless years pass, a young girl--the fortieth prisoner--sits alone and outcast in the corner. Soon she will show herself to be the key to the others' escape and survival in the strange world that awaits them above ground.

Jacqueline Harpman was born in Etterbeek, Belgium, in 1929, and fled to Casablanca with her family during WWII. Informed by her background as a psychoanalyst and her youth in exile, I Who Have Never Known Men is a haunting, heartbreaking post-apocalyptic novel of female friendship and intimacy, and the lengths people will go to maintain their humanity in the face of devastation. Back in print for the first time since 1997, Harpman's modern classic is an important addition to the growing canon of feminist speculative literature.



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Jacqueline Harpman
Publisher: Transit Books
Published: 05/10/2022
ISBN: 9781945492600
Pages: 208
Weight: 0.50lbs
Size: 7.90h x 5.20w x 0.70d

Ursula K. LeGuin meets The Road in a post-apocalyptic modern classic of female friendship and intimacy.

Deep underground, thirty-nine women live imprisoned in a cage. Watched over by guards, the women have no memory of how they got there, no notion of time, and only a vague recollection of their lives before.

As the burn of electric light merges day into night and numberless years pass, a young girl--the fortieth prisoner--sits alone and outcast in the corner. Soon she will show herself to be the key to the others' escape and survival in the strange world that awaits them above ground.

Jacqueline Harpman was born in Etterbeek, Belgium, in 1929, and fled to Casablanca with her family during WWII. Informed by her background as a psychoanalyst and her youth in exile, I Who Have Never Known Men is a haunting, heartbreaking post-apocalyptic novel of female friendship and intimacy, and the lengths people will go to maintain their humanity in the face of devastation. Back in print for the first time since 1997, Harpman's modern classic is an important addition to the growing canon of feminist speculative literature.



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Jacqueline Harpman
Publisher: Transit Books
Published: 05/10/2022
ISBN: 9781945492600
Pages: 208
Weight: 0.50lbs
Size: 7.90h x 5.20w x 0.70d