A Chorus of Stones: The Private Life of War
An acclaimed writer explores the interplay between the public tragedy of war and the daily struggles of our private lives--the conflicts between truth and falsehood, secrecy and revelation, testimony and denial. A brilliant philosophical inquiry into the nature of modern warfare. A National Book Critics Circle nominee.
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A CHORUS OF STONES: The Private Life of WarUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Griffin (Made from this Earth, 1983; Pornography and Silence, 1981, etc.) turns her thoughtful if chronically depressed gaze to the relationship between secrecy and violence, both in the world and in ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - D_Eligh - LibraryThing
When I taught Advanced Composition, I used this book as a primary reader. Griffin has created a brilliant new form of essay, merging multi-disciplinary research, journalism and personal reflection. Her insight is so profound it's breathtaking. She should be required reading for being human. Read full review