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By David Caute

ISBN-10: 0670019046

ISBN-13: 9780670019045

The writer of the enduring New York Times bestseller Smashed undertakes a quest to confront her personal anger. within the years following the book of her landmark memoir, Smashed: tale of a Drunken Girlhood, Koren Zailckas remains sober and relegates binge ingesting to her prior. yet a mental legacy of repression lingers-her sobriety is a unfastened floor layer atop a difficult- packed, unacknowledged rage that wreaks havoc on Koren emotionally and professionally. whilst a failed dating leads Koren again to her formative years domestic, she sinks into emotional crisis-writer's block, melancholy, anxiousness. purely whilst she starts off to use her learn on a ebook approximately anger to the turmoil of her personal existence does she research what denial has price her. the result's a blisteringly sincere chronicle of the results of anger displaced and the balm of anger found. Readers who famous themselves or a person they love within the pages of Smashed will determine with Koren's life-altering exploration and the need of revealing anger's origins so as to flourish in love and lifestyles as an grownup. Combining refined sociological learn with a dramatic and deeply own tale that grapples boldly with id and kinfolk, Fury is a blinding paintings by means of a tender author on the top of her powers that's sure to contact a cultural nerve.

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Cultural history and as such must be taken seriously. Because pickaninnies were juvenile yet excluded from the exalted status of “child,” they seemed not to matter. 16 The pickaninny appeared to be, in all senses of the word, minor. That appearance of insignificance provided cover for a justification of violence against African American children. S. popular culture has fetishized and commodified the pain of African Americans. ”17 Examination of adult-oriented culture amply supports this perspective, but the lens of childhood inverts it.

Different actors might produce differently compelling performances within a single role. For example, in a contemporary stage performance of The Wizard of Oz, a director might consider casting in the role of Dorothy a young girl, a legibly gay man, or Diana Ross. Each one of these actors’ bodies, these performing effigies, possesses a special capacity for bringing forth a particular aspect of the story and the role: a young girl might ratify and naturalize the play as a “children’s classic”; an identifiably gay man might both nod to and burlesque the film’s significance to gay history; or Diana Ross might prompt audiences to view The Wizard of Oz through the lens of The Wiz (and not, for once, vice versa) and might therefore make visible the whiteness that was unmarked in the original Oz books, plays, and films.

The Clarks’ findings figured influentially in Brown v. Board of Education (1954), in 22 Introduction which the Supreme Court ruled against segregation in public schools. I argue that the doll tests staged a performance of black children’s pain, and this performance of pain asserted that black children are innocent and are therefore children. This spectacular performance helped desegregate not only public schools but also the popular imagination of childhood innocence. ” Is childhood a category of historical analysis that produces and manages adult power, as Caroline Levander, Lee Edelman, Jacqueline Rose, James Kincaid, Anne Higonnet, Carolyn Steedman, and many others have argued?

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