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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Crossing the border.
New York : Fawcett Columbine, 1994
|Named Person:||Kim Chernin; Kim Chernin; Kim Chernin|
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|Description:||328 pages ; 22 cm|
More than twenty years ago, Kim Chernin set out on a journey, leaving behind a husband and young daughter. The story of this journey, which took her to a border kibbutz in Israel, becomes a mysterious tale of erotic awakening.
Crossing the Border is a powerful story of sex, seduction, and intrigue. Love at the border is a dangerous affair, and in Crossing the Border love in a war zone becomes violent. The wild and tempestuous Kim Chernin set out on an adventure in 1971; the woman who came back was altered forever.
Rich, multilayered, and as suspenseful as fiction, Crossing the Border is a tale of passion lived to its extreme. As lyrical as the writing of Marguerite Duras and as daring as the work of Jeanette Winterson, Crossing the Border is certain to provoke and captivate.