Following the acclaimed 'Things I Don't Want to Know', Deborah Levy returns to the subject of her life in letters. 'The Cost of Living' reveals a writer in radical flux, considering what it means to live with value and meaning and pleasure. 'At the age of 50 and after decades of north London … LES MER family-making, Levy finds herself cast adrift from her marriage and, crucially, without any desire to swim back. It is the story of every woman throughout history who has expended her love and labour on making a home that turns out to serve the needs of everyone except herself. LES MINDRE
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