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All The Houses I've Ever Lived In

Finding Home in a System that Fails Us

«‘Yates is best when observing detail: the gold-coloured plastic tissue boxes beloved of diasporan Indian households; the houseplants favoured by her fellow millennials; the “anonymous boys in Calvin Klein boxers” in her house-share kitchen . . . symbols of belonging in a disjointed life’ »

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Detaljer

Forlag
Simon & Schuster Ltd
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
336
ISBN
9781398509832
Utgivelsesår
2023
Format
22 x 14 cm

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«‘Yates is best when observing detail: the gold-coloured plastic tissue boxes beloved of diasporan Indian households; the houseplants favoured by her fellow millennials; the “anonymous boys in Calvin Klein boxers” in her house-share kitchen . . . symbols of belonging in a disjointed life’ »

New Statesman

«'This book needs to be pressed into a lot of hands’»

Joel Golby, UnHerd

«'A clarion call for housing justice and a damning indictment of the policy failures of successive governments. But it is also an invitation to consider more imaginative questions about how we should organise not only our housing, but our lives'

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Prospect

«‘Seething with rage. It is also immensely readable, and at times even funny – something I wouldn’t have thought possible’ »

Spectator

«'Both a beautifully written, moving memoir and a stufy in how the housing crisis makes and often breaks us

Peter Apps, prizewinning author of 'Show Me the Bodies: How We Let Grenfell Happen'

«‘This book is so special. Kieran writes with warmth and joy . . . manages to have taught me ten million things while also making me fall in love with Kieran and her family - weaving together activism with storytelling in the most gorgeous way’»

Ione Gamble, author of 'Poor Little Sick Girls'

«‘Skewers the housing crisis with clear-sighted fury. [Her] warmth and intimacy breathes new life into the horror show statistics. Yates manages the unthinkable: she makes the housing crisis funny, or at least as funny as it can get’ »

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