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.
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Both my mother and I independently read this book and were very moved by it. My mother, who doesn't usually recommend books to me, told me I should read this book. I told her I already had, and this was yet one more thing we were on the same wavelength about. We both thought the book was wonderful and very moving. I'd SRONGLY recommend you read it.