Sita by Kate Millet

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New York. Farrar, Strauss and Giroux. 1977. Signed. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 321pp.

"Sita" is one of Kate Millet's (1934-2017) books rooted in autobiography, written in a radically honest voice whose inner-dialogue reveals itself through an intimate, subconscious kind of text. Set against the backdrop of turbulence in the 1970's Bay Area, the novel itself is centered around the paranoid experience of oncoming aftermath in the speaker's relationship with another woman. Millet's voice expertly obsesses the text with inner dialogues focused on sexuality, jealousy, societal upheaval, and tremendous loss, so "Sita" manages to refract the psychology of an identity under pressure that still feels relevant today. 

Cover illustrations by the author. Signed, "Kate Millet / San Francisco"

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