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eBook Crimes of neglect ePub

by Stephanie Johnson

  • ISBN: 0908652658
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  • Author: Stephanie Johnson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: New Women's Press (1992)
  • Pages: 138
  • ePub book: 1796 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1246 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
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Crimes Of Neglect book. In this challenging first novel Stephanie Johnson explores our ideas about motherhood and the family, about responsibility, hope and loss.

Crimes Of Neglect book.

1992) A novel by Stephanie Johnson. Used availability for Stephanie Johnson's Crimes of Neglect. 1992 : New Zealand Paperback.

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Stephanie Patricia Johnson MNZM (born 1961) is a poet, playwright, and .

Stephanie Patricia Johnson MNZM (born 1961) is a poet, playwright, and short story writer from New Zealand.

Stephanie Johnson (author). 1961 (age 57–58) Auckland, New Zealand Music From a Distant Room (in 2006) and John Tomb's Head (in 2008) were nominated for International Dublin Literary Award.

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In Crimes of Neglect, Johnson creates an anti-heroine, Bea, aged forty-two, failed wife, mother, and erstwhile failed cellist, "huge and ugly with open pores and dull red hair," often drunk and dirty, whose crimes have been to avoid all responsibility and to neglect traditional female duties

In Crimes of Neglect, Johnson creates an anti-heroine, Bea, aged forty-two, failed wife, mother, and erstwhile failed cellist, "huge and ugly with open pores and dull red hair," often drunk and dirty, whose crimes have been to avoid all responsibility and to neglect traditional female duties. She is a "complete hedonist and selfish to the last," someone who has avoided responsibility by adhering blindly to her "Driftwood Theory," that she merely drifts at the mercy of the currents of life.

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