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Author Millett, Kate.

Title A.D., a memoir / Kate Millett.

Published New York : W.W. Norton, [1995]
©1995

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  306.87 MILL    AVAILABLE
Edition 1st ed.
Physical description 325 pages ; 22 cm
Summary This is a book about love and the influence of money. It is also a dialogue between artist and patron, student and teacher, and a story of growing up gay in a time and place where circumstances were sufficiently difficult to encourage dishonesty and dishonor. Kate Millett lied to her mentor, and confidante (and in a sense her first love), Aunt Dorothy - A.D. - in order to study at Oxford with her own first woman lover. A.D. is about education and art and patronage - and about being gay in 1950s America - an impossible time of silence and shame, of largesses encumbered by "strings," coerced promises ending in deceit.
Subject Millett, Kate -- Family.
Feminists -- Family relationships -- United States.
Lesbians -- Family relationships -- United States.
Aunts -- United States -- Case studies.
Nieces -- United States -- Case studies.
Variant Title AD, a memoir.
ISBN 0393035247