Leah Reich

Leah Reich is a researcher and writer living in Oakland. She has written for The Atlantic and The Bygone Bureau. You may be able to find her on Twitter.


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Taking Writing Seriously: Marc Augé’s “No Fixed Abode”

In his new book No Fixed Abode: Ethnofiction, the French anthropologist Marc Augé sets out to explore the life of Paris’s working poor. The book is not a standard work of social science: it is, rather, a first-person narrative in the voice of a fictional character....

Taking Writing Seriously: Marc Augé’s “No Fixed Abode”
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