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A Dream Called Home: A Memoir
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This year, , is one in which memoirs from those often marginalized have shaken up the literary landscape. Writers understand that we need to use our voices and our experiences to protect our very personhood. Or maybe these books signify a shift in something else.
Maybe they indicate that a growing number of readers want their bookshelves to resemble the country they wish to live in — complicated, diverse, inclusive, and full of a vibrancy worth embracing. Gretchen Lida is an essayist and an equestrian. She is also a contributor to Book Riot.
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