History of Violence:

praised from Refinery 29

2019-2020 Fellow Édouard LouisHistory of Violence has been selected as one of the most important books to read coming into the #MeToo movement’s second anniversary.

“To this day, #MeToo stories saturate the news cycle. It’s one thing to read about the facts of a #MeToo incident. It’s another to understand the complicated dynamics of sexual relationships, whether through a deeply wrought work of contemporary fiction or an in-depth investigative analysis. Ranging from YA dystopias to journalistic deep-dives, these books explore the complexities under the surface of many #MeToo stories.”

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