Literary Remedies for when you're processing who you are
A wonderful deconstruction on identity and what makes identity, essentially a story that is rooted within us, so powerful. Appiah explores the contribution of nationality, race, gender and culture to a person's identity and the need to belong to a group that divides us versus finding the lowest common denominator which is that we are all human and sharing in our human experience should be sufficient to forge our identity.
A thoughtful book that reminds us that the identity that should bind us should be our human one rather than the labels that are enforced upon us, that can often be stifling, contradictory and unfulfilling.
More book prescriptions can be found at Book Therapy.
Book Therapy offers reading therapy as an alternative to conventional therapy using the power of literature. I create reading lists/book prescriptions based on your individual needs, interests and reading habits prescribing both fiction/non-fiction literature. Feel free to reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or www.booktherapy.io.
Book Therapy is a participant in the Amazon EU, US and Canada Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com and Amazon.ca