Important People in The Salt Path

Raynor Winn
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Raynor Winn

Raynor Winn, known as Ray, is the author of this non-fiction memoir. She writes her memoir in the past tense, covering her and her husband’s recent experience of facing homelessness and bankruptcy and their decision to pack the bare essentials and set off on the 630-mile South West Coast Path in England, walking during the days in the blistering heat and torrential rain and wild camping at night in the tent and sleeping bags that they carry in the rucksacks on their backs. She writes of their experience with honesty, vulnerability, and intimacy. And even though Ray writes about both her and her husband’s journey, because she writes in the first-person, the reader becomes more acquainted with her inner thoughts and personality than Moth’s.

We learn several pieces of information about her childhood and youth over the course of the memoir. She grew...

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