Nin by Cass Dalglish

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Fiction. NIN is a mystical, mythical, magical fable set in the high-tech, modern-day world of air travel, telephones, computers, and the World Wide Web. Nin Creed is a feminist poet embarking upon a quixotic journey to recover the lost writings of her late mother, a scholar and linguist, who died the day she was born. Traveling from Minnesota to Israel in search of her mother's life and work, Nin finds herself accompanied upon her pilgramage by a few of the legions of women writers who lived and wrote centuries ago and whose work, too, was lost to future generations of writers and readers. NIN reassures us that women's literary lineage is vital and unbroken. As we follow the heroine's search for her mother, we discover with her a host of spiritual mothers eager to befriend and empower us. They ask only that we be equally imaginative and daring -- Diane Wolkstein.

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A poet, novelist and former journalist, Dalglish studied Summerian hieroglyphs to find women's earliest writing and translate Nin-Me-Sar-Ra the earliest signed poem (2350 BCE) in history. She holds a PhD from Union Institute and is an associate professor of English and Chair of Women's Studies at Augsburg College.
Published October 1, 2000 by Spinsters Ink. 302 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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She learns that her father was invited by a Father Louis to teach at a college of theology in Haifa, but the truth proves more complicated: it was Nin's mother, not her father, who wanted to relocate to Israel to pursue scholarly research ""looking for patterns, gestures, repetitions"" that might...

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