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Gay men and women with kids who are familiesFind more libraries Librarian? Claim your library to The Chronology of Water : a Memoir Author: Lidia Yuknavitch; Chelsea Cain Publisher: Portland, OR : Hawthorne Books,  2010 Edition/Format: Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats Database:WorldCat Summary: This is not your mother's memoirAnnie get your gunPeople who dont have partners create families in everyone they touchThe tone is a combination of high and low, with some of the writing literary and metaphorical, some conversational and shock-jockey, all of it fueled by rage and pain and love and art and transformationLanguage is a metaphor for experienceSimilar Items Related Subjects:(6) Yuknavitch, Lidia
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In The Chronology of Water, Lidia Yuknavitch expertly moves the reader through issues of gender, sexuality, violence, and the family from the point of view of a lifelong swimmer turned artistThe E-mail Address(es) field is requiredIf your marriage goes busto, make up a different youEliot Prize The Prix Goncourt Samuel JThis is the book Lidia Yuknavitch was put on the planet to write for us." Rebecca Brown, author of The Gifts of the Body"The Chronology of Waters central metaphor works beautifully: we all keep our heads above water, look around, and enjoy our corporeal life despite all the reasons not to; beyond that, the book is immensely impressive to me on a human level: the narrator/speaker/protagonist/author emerges from a seriously hellish childhood and spooky adolescence into a middle age not of bliss, certainly, but of convincing engagement and satisfaction." David Shields, author of Reality Hunger: A Manifesto"This intensely powerful memoir touches depths yet unheard of in contemporary writingShe invokes "ripped from vagina to rectum." I've been in that shower, too, but I never thought to meet it in literature
2015-12-27 07:41 P291 But what happens to you when you swim back through your own past is that you find an endwallI learned it at the surface of my skin where it is written through rituals of pain and pleasureAnywaySeriouslyYuknavitch's book The Chronology of Water, cover to cover, a dozen timesAll rights reserved 48a4f088c3