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And the boots belonged to my father. In sentences that are as sharp — and bludgeoning, at times — as an ax, she retains the accuracy and integrity of nonfiction but risks the lyrical depths of prose and poetry. A third woman who has eaten nothing all day.
Someone turns on the music. Someone pours a drink. Someone reapplies lipstick. Someone positions her body in such a way.
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For the duration, the reader becomes these women. Otherwise, she disappears into the characters, describing their experiences in such intimate third-person that her collapsing is our collapsing too. Sometimes the identification that can occur with the story can be almost nauseating. This girl is so clearly headed for a devastating wound. He exploits her troubling home life for all the hero worship he can wring out of her.
In many ways, her story can be read as the cathartic last say of a survivor.
Desire, because it can be a messy and desperate animal need, can be excruciating to witness. Sex ensues in graphic detail. She has finally broken the surface to gulp air.
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