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Night is falling, and so is the snow. As the blizzard buries the ground, it uncovers the resentments, hopes, and aches of a small town in northeastern Arkansas, where, like in any Southern small town, there are unwanted pregnancies to agonize over, surgeries to be paid for, and love to be made. Julie"s two daughters have just run off to Hollywood to be famous when she suddenly finds herself, at forty-six, unexpectedly expectant. She"s not sure she can bear to be a mother again. And her husband, Charlie, won"t come home to talk it over with her. Charlie wants another child more than anything, but he doesn"t know how to deal with Julie. His affair with Wilson, his best friend, is over, but he"s found a different and unusual kind of intimacy. Wilson works in the Singer factory that keeps the town alive. She wants more than anything to be loved, but she knows that Charlie wasn"t the way to get there. She"s in love with Dol. Dol is a transsexual, a divorced father of two children, who can"t afford the transition that would make his body make sense, although the doctors visiting from Atlanta might change that. Their very different voices converge as the blizzard gathers force, their stories violently mapping in the snow the ways that memory, gender, and history carve themselves upon our bodies. The Drifts is dexterously told, a cacophony of four affecting voices melding into one exquisite chord.
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|LC Classifications||PR9199.4.V486 D75 2010eb|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 online resource (212 pages) :|
|Number of Pages||212|
|ISBN 10||1770562656, 1770562648|
|ISBN 10||9781770562653, 9781770562646, 9781552452288|
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But it reads like The drifts book memoir, a dreamy, wandering memoir about writers and writing while Zambreno tries to extend her deadline for finishing Drifts/5.
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A free-spirited, essayistic novel exploring the complex links among art, parenthood, and making a living. If this foray into autofiction by Zambreno (Screen Tests,etc.) initially feels aimless, that’s by to make ends meet as a writer and teacher in New York, the unnamed narrator is struggling to complete a book tentatively titled : Named a Most Anticipated Book of May by Entertainment Weekly, Elle, Esquire, Salon, Dazed, Refinery29, Medium, LitHub, and The Millions.
"A lyrical, fragmentary, and heartfelt story about the beauty and difficulty of artistic isolation." —Kirkus Reviews (starred review) Haunting and compulsively readable, Drifts is an intimate portrait of reading, writing, and creative obsession/5(8).
See more of my book reviews on my blog, Literary Flits The Old Drift is the first Zambian-authored novel I have read and, now enthused by Serpell's inventiveness and vision, I can't wait to discover more. This certainly won't be a novel to appeal to all readers, but if, as I did, you loved One Hundred Years Of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez /5.
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