The Territory of Men : Born into the turmoil of mid-sixties San Francisco, the daughter of a flower child and a surfer, Joelle Fraser grew up with no bedtime, no boundaries, and no father. But dads she had in abundance, as her mother worked her way through boyfriends and husbands, caught between the traditional rules of her upbringing and the new freedoms of the me generation and women's lib. Moving every few months, from houseboats and beach shacks to run-down apartments, Joelle came to learn that a woman's life, free or not, is played out on men's territory. Set in Northern California, Hawaii, and coastal Oregon, Fraser captures this centerless childhood in vivid, frank writing, then goes on to show how a legacy like this affects a girl as she grows up.
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