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Publisher:Inanna Publications, 2015Note: This book was purchased with support from the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Component.
- Author: Carson, Ann ElizabethDate:Created2015Summary:
With grace and courage Ann Elizabeth Carson looks to the past from the perspective of a contemporary feminist. A lively evocation of her aunts and their home in Cheltenham, Ontario, reveals the rich and powerful ground for the poet's own emerging sense of herself. As Toronto in the ’30s, ’40s and ’50s comes to life in a rare blend of poetry and prose, the poet is caught unawares as the stories collectively uncover events that shaped her social-political outlook and reveal how our untold stories are inevitably woven into the fabric of our public lives. Laundry Lines: Stories and Poems is about the imperative to tell our stories for our survival, the complex emotional inheritance and painful undertow in families, the slow reconciliation with the blows and beauties meted out by life that comes with age, and the deep sensual salve offered by surrender to nature.Sujets: Psychotherapists | Canada | Ontario--Toronto | Carson, Ann Elizabeth, 1929- | Families | FeministsOriginal Publisher: Toronto, Inanna PublicationsLanguage(s): English