"O'Neil offers masterfully complex portraits of childhood--both
through the speaker's memory and observations of her own children.
She writes equally well about sex, marriage, rural life, and the
suburbs with candid observations and evocative imagery. O'Neil's
collection is substantial, playful, and compassionate--even when
dealing with difficult themes such as alcoholism and racism. Her
narrative threads take surprising and enigmatic leaps, yet are
always clear, accessible, wonderfully real." (Denise Duhamel )
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