The Cost of Living by Deborah Levy

"The Cost of Living" is a memoir that explores the author's journey through womanhood, motherhood, and writing. After her marriage dissolves, the author moves to a dreary apartment with her two daughters, facing the challenges of single parenthood while trying to maintain her career as a writer. The book is a reflection on societal expectations of women, the sacrifices made, and the price paid for freedom and independence. It's a thoughtful meditation on feminism, the complexities of love, and the pursuit of a creative life.

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