Joan Didion is an extraordinary feminism writer. She tellingly captures the spiritual landscape of the Americans in the 1960s. Compared to her counterpart who felt displaced and downtrodden, Didion was always so calm and objective that she just recoded what was happening and cared for others instead of turning inwards to avoid contact with people. She had some neurological problems, but she always reacted in an optimistic and humorous way. The most precious thing is these writings she left to people to which we feel consoled and endeared.