East Justice

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Permanent PressPub Company, 1996 - Fiction - 133 pages
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"As if precisely wielding a tiny needle, Braverman has stitched a densely patterned coming-of-age quilt. Recollections of discovered sexuality and refuge in marijuana are among the most vivid and astonishing patches in an intricate bit of linguistic needlework. Braverman fashions exquisite evocations of adolescent loneliness and raw, unfocused desire". -- Publishers Weekly

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Very slowly, a foggy story emerges from the lyrical reflections of Grace—a young woman who returns to her hometown of East Justice, Iowa, to take care of her dying mother and remains there ... Read full review


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