Black Milk

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A thoughtful and incisive meditation on literature, motherhood, and spiritual wellbeing from Turkey's leading female author.

After the birth of her first child, Elif Shafak experienced a profound personal crisis. Plagued by guilt, anxiety, and bewilderment about her new maternal role, the acclaimed novelist stopped writing for the first time in her life. As she plummeted into postpartum depression, Shafak looked to the experiences of other prominent female writers—including Sylvia Plath, Virginia Woolf, Simone de Beauvoir, and Alice Walker—for help navigating the conflict between motherhood and artistic creation in a male-dominated society.

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Elif Shafak is a Turkish-British novelist, essayist, academic, public speaker, and women's rights activist.

Author:
Elif Shafak
Book type:
Paperback
Establish:
2007
Pages:
252

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