The Bad Daughter
Julie Hilden


With stunning intelligence and insight, Hilden describes how, as an undergraduate at Harvard, she listened to her mother drifting in and out of coherence in phone conversations; why, as a student at Yale Law, she decided not to visit her mother in her nursing home; and why, as a legal intern in New York, she began the process of discarding all traces of her former life.


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