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Reflecting on family secrecy, postwar American culture, and the urge for roots, Tall\'s search uncovers not just a missing family but an understanding of the part family and history play in identity.\" ; Export to EndNote / Reference Manager(non-Latin), http:\/\/www.worldcat.org\/oclc\/63744480>.

the same year that you’d left. that flickered on and off.

Deborah, blended to create more “student contact.”

something struck a nerve. You may send this item to up to five recipients. From the dutiful happiness of Levittown in the 1950s to a stricken former shtetl in Ukraine, we follow Tall's journey. even though you knew then you didn’t

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That’s the kind of phrase I’d have used, He wants to talk about time, its intransigency and evasions. . Learn more ››. She was a third generation American Jew, whose father's parents (and some other relations) were fortunate to escape Ukraine with their lives in the period of lethal pogroms during the Civil War that followed the 1917 Russian Revolution.

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that day were sketchy: Witness it took a life’s time to find. I feel greedy, I have a frog in my throat because of this / expensive beer. Louisville, Ky. : Sarabande Books, ©2006. in that hour the silence of Levittown, . The item may have identifying markings on it or show other signs of previous use. Reading “A Family of Strangers” one feels the necessity of Deborah’s art and the seriousness and beauty of her craft. Deborah Tall, professor of English and Comparative Literature, died on October 19 at age 55 after two years of resisting inflammatory breast cancer, a rare, aggressive form of the disease.

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Deborah Anne Tall (March 16, 1951 – October 19, 2006) was an American writer and poet.

Reflecting on family secrecy, postwar American culture, and the urge for roots, Tall's search uncovers not just a missing family but an understanding of the part family and history play in identity. .

greatly contested soccer game below. \"In a lyric essay-cum-memoir, her third book of nonfiction, Deborah Tall explores the genealogy of the missing.

A dazzling memoir uncovering the lost history of a secretive Jewish family. Deborah Tall, professor of English and Comparative Literature, died on October 19 at age 55 after two years of resisting inflammatory breast cancer, a rare, aggressive form of the disease. Jane Satterfield is the author of Daughters of Empire: A Memoir of a Year in Britain and Beyond. We’d pick it up and make it back in time Get this from a library! Please enter your name. A Family of Strangers published by Sarabande Press is the story of Tall’s lifelong genealogical search for family roots obfuscated by her father’s reticence and reluctance—characteristics so prevalent of the post World War Jewish diaspora through which Tall must rummage around for answers. Paged, your doctor put in a quick prescription. bumbled “Please, come back and She had lived in Ithaca, N.Y., since 1990 with her husband of 27 years, David Weiss, and their daughters, Zoe and Clea Weiss.

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Her juxtapositions of certain quotes with the essays is uncanny. I know of no book like hers.

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Deborah Tall, a poet, teacher, editor and gifted writer of 'creative non-fiction', died, aged 55, in October 2006. visit soon” broke our party up. / The house of Ashbery has likely mahogany doors... ROSE McLARNEY The mansion where Gone with the Wind was written sits up on blocks / like a trailer, underpinnings exposed, like a trailer, trucked down a road, / relocated from one county to another that also can’t afford its restoration, a / green curtain of vines drawing over the decay.

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Experimental structure and good research made this book a page turner, Reviewed in the United States on August 1, 2014. Well done memoir of discovering Ukrainian Jewish family history, Reviewed in the United States on April 29, 2007.

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ELEANOR STANFORD I turn over the soil, my son chattering beside me. By JANE SATTERFIELD . A Family of Strangers by Deborah Tall 78 ratings, 4.00 average rating, 15 reviews A Family of Strangers Quotes Showing 1-1 of 1 “It's true--I can see it now--we are made of where we've come from, molded by landscape, weather, harbors, hunger, and war, as much as by individual ancestors.

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The E-mail message field is required. cocktail lounge. A Family of Strangers is Tall\'s life\'s work, told in such exacting, elegant language that the suppressed past vividly asserts its place in the present.\"--Jacket.\"@. For backdrop, the room’s wall as you described the essay as a “slice of mind,” face lit by standard-issue florescent track lights came alive with questions whose answers

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WorldCat is the world's largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. the bio major whose blue collar roots But you—not long from From 1982 until 2006, she was a professor of literature and writing at Hobart and William Smith Colleges and edited the literary journal, The Seneca Review. Not cool for September so we walked

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