The RiotseBook - 2011
Constantly surprising, these personal essays explore the attractions and dangers of intimacy and the violence that often arises in close relationships. Deulen's artful storytelling and dialogue also draw the reader into complicated questions about class, race, and gender. In ""Aperture, "" she considers how she has contributed to her autistic brother's isolation from family and from the world. ""Theft"" investigates her mother's romantic stories about conquistadors in the context of the Mexican heritage of her biracial family. Throughout the collection Deulen experiments formally, alternating t.
Publisher: Athens : University of Georgia Press, ©2011
Characteristics: 1 online resource (188 pages)