The author lost her father to cancer when she was 16 years old. Before he died, he set out to give his daughter the tools she needed to become a free-thinking, confident, cultured, improper, disruptive, selfish feminist who has better things to do than apologize.
Today this thirty-something woman has come to see how she had these values and this personality drilled into her in a hurry. As she seeks to explore the building blocks of her self in this intimate essay, her quest leads her to interview other people who have grown up in less than conventional circumstances.
“When you’ve had a certain way of being dictated to you, how can you figure out your true identity if you don’t put the person you’ve always been behind you?”
Rose-Aimée Automne T. Morin, author
Rose-Aimée Automne T. Morin became a researcher when she emerged from Université du Québec à Montréal in 2011. She was editor-in-chief for Urbania magazine from 2015 to 2018 and still contributes articles to the print version and blog posts for the website. She has also hosted and appeared on a number of TV shows.
Rights Holder: Groupe Librex
rights available: World
age range: Adult
number of pages: 144
publication date: 02/20/2019
Original language of pub: French
Materials Available: finished book