Burning Questions: A Novel
A large, sweeping historical novel of the rise of the late 20th century women's movement and the modern feminist experience. Burning Questions is told through the voice of Zane IndiAnna, who sees herself as a classic Rebel, who escapes at eighteen from the constrictions of her Midwest suburban home to the New York of the 1950s and the Beats--and whose emotional, intellectu...more
Published by Thunder's Mouth Press
(first published 1978)
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Raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Alix attended public schools and planned to be a lawyer like her dad. But in college at Case Western Reserve University she was smitten by philosophy and upon graduation moved to New York City to study philosophy at Columbia grad school. After some years as an encyclopedia editor, she enrolled at New York University, where she took a degree in mathematics, and later, whi...moreMore about Alix Kates Shulman...