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|Named Person:||Kim Robert Stafford; Bret Stafford|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Kim Robert Stafford
|Description:||202 p. ; 21 cm.|
|Other Titles:||One hundred tricks every boy can do|
""Interrogates memory to find a brother lost to suicide, portraying two boys against the backdrop of an atypical 1950s American family. Their father, a poet and pacifist, occupies a large presence in their lives as they forge identities together and apart, and ultimately through loss"--Provided by publisher"--
"The style is spare and poetic, story and reflection, moving ponderously, smoothly and touchingly back and forth across time." -- Portland Book Review "Kim Stafford's moving memoir of loss and guilt
- Stafford, Kim Robert.
- Stafford, Bret, -- 1948-1988.
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