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Couldn't Keep It to Myself : Testimonies from Our Imprisoned Sisters,9780060595371

Couldn't Keep It to Myself : Testimonies from Our Imprisoned Sisters

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9780060595371

ISBN10:
006059537X
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
4/16/2010
Publisher(s):
HarperCollins Publications
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Summary

Lamb once again reveals his talent for finding the humanity in the lost and lonely--a group of incarcerated women at the York Correctional Institution where he taught writing. His powerful Introduction describes the incredible process by which these women found their true voices, and how they challenged him as a teacher and as a writer. Photos throughout.

Table of Contents

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ix
NOTES TO THE READER
Wally Lamb
xi
COULDN'T KEEP IT TO OURSELVES
Wally Lamb
1 (18)
THE TRUE FACE OF EARTH
Nancy Whiteley
19 (34)
ORBITING IZZY
Nancy Whiteley
53 (12)
THEFTS
Carolyn Ann Adams
65 (30)
HAIR CHRONICLES
Tabatha Rowley
95 (18)
THREE STEPS PAST THE MONKEYS
Nancy Birkla
113 (30)
HELL, AND HOW I GOT HERE
Brenda Medina
143 (34)
CHRISTMAS IN PRISON
Robin Cullen
177 (8)
FAITH, POWER, AND PANTS
Bonnie Foreshow
185 (26)
PUZZLE PIECES
Barbara Parsons Lane
211 (34)
MOTHERLOVE
Michelle Jessamy
245 (22)
SNAPSHOTS OF MY EARLY LIFE
Diane Bartholomew
267 (68)
BAD GIRLS
Dale Griffith
335 (16)
SOURCES AND SUGGESTED READING 351


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