A woman caught breaking into a Century stone house won’t tell her name. Police cannot charge her. The judge remands her to a psychiatric ward for assessment. She meets Dr. Elaine Price. Their sessions lead both women deep into the uncertain terrain of identity, where living on the street is just one form of homelessness and laws do not always deliver justice. Dr. Price writes Homeless so that, if her crime is ever uncovered, her children might understand.

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Jane Bow