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‘I Believe in Love’: Elizabeth Wurtzel’s Final Year, In Her Own Words

The difficult final year of a much-loved and legendarily difficult woman

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Introduction by Garance Franke-Ruta. Jump to the start of Elizabeth Wurtzel’s essay here.

TThe late Elizabeth Wurtzel was best known for her memoirs and essays, especially Prozac Nation and Bitch: In

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