Joan didion - Joan Didion has died at 87 : NPR

Joan Didion has died at 87 : NPR

Writing about the kindergartener on hallucinogens raises a wider consciousness that we are living in a world in which kindergarteners are partaking of hallucinogens.

Joan Didion obituary

They supported each other in public over their career compromises, but there had been fights and near-splits in the marriage.

I wanted to call an ambulance.

Description: The book was a collection of essays that had been previously published in such periodicals as American Scholar, California Monthly, New York Times Magazine, and the Saturday Evening Post.

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The writing itself was a path to understanding and clarification.
She would then end the day by cutting out and editing prose, and reviewing the work the following day.

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    Joan Didion, (born December 5, 1934, Sacramento, California, U.S.—died December 23, 2021, New York, New York), American novelist and essayist known for her lucid prose style and incisive depictions of social unrest and psychological fragmentation.
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    Joan Didion was born on December 5, 1934 in Sacramento, California, USA. She is known for A Star Is Born (2018), A Star Is Born (1976) and Up Close & Personal (1996). She was married to John Gregory Dunne. She died on December 23, 2021 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA. See full bio » Born: December 5, 1934 in Sacramento, California, USA
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    Joan Didion was born in Sacramento in 1934 and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1956. After graduation, Didion moved to New York and began working for Vogue, which led to her career as a journalist and writer. Didion published her first novel, Run River, in 1963.
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    American novelist, journalist and essayist Joan Didion died on Thursday at her home in New York at age 87 from Parkinson's disease, according to Knopf publicist Paul Bogaards. The bestselling .
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    Joan Didion has devoted her life to noticing things other people strive not to see. Over the past half-century she has investigated and interrogated the absurdities of contemporary American life—in five novels and five screenplays, and in thirteen books of nonfiction that sprawl across the genre, from personal essays and memoir, to criticism and political reportage, and to hybrids of these.
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