Who?

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iUniverse, 2004 - Fiction - 228 pages
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Who? explores the identities of two narrators, the identities of the missing persons they focus upon, and the identities of a particular community of women at a particular time in history. It provides a fictional but authentic glimpse into an urban women's liberation community of the 1970's and 80's, thus offering insight into the larger Who of this tale. This glimpse occurs within more intimate, less public settings of this movement and through the skeptical magnifying glass of one would-be detective's point of view and the reflective lens of a later chronicler. This novel raises the question, Who? in relation to the women's movement of the 1970's, not just about each participant as individuals but also about the identity they shared.

"I really liked Who?! It works as a whole, with wonderful humor, political and psychological insight, mystery, intrigue, and depth. Blanchard captures a lot on many levels and she does it with great wit."
-Bernice Mennis, writer and professor

"I really enjoyed this novel. The mystery is compelling. Xavy is enchanting. I really felt for her. It kept me reading late at night."
-Janet Calico, author of Gifts

 

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Contents

The Silence
6
Two
22
Reporting In
36
Junk Blues
52
HighLow
67
No Way
82
Mine
97
A Bridge
175
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