Listen: A Memoir

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Poetic and haunting, Listen is an artfully rendered memoir that recounts the author's relationship with her brilliant and abusive father.Listen is a memoir of voices, the voices of parents that linger in the ears of children until the day when those children are able to sound their own note. A domineering father and a professor of languages and literature in the 1950s and ‘60s, Victor has four wom...

Hardcover: 192 pages
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA; 1 edition (April 4, 2006)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1596910836
ISBN-13: 978-1596910836
Product Dimensions: 5.7 x 1 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 3552424
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Even babies without it have failure to thrive. 5, so I rounded it up. Alex Morrow is still hard, but with her twin pregnancy has softened around the edges from Still Midnight. Anyone wishing to do the same 'roughing it life' should read this first, as its Very Hard work - Much Harder than is expected when thinking about it with rose colored glasses on. book Listen: A Memoir Pdf Epub. It was still for the most part an enjoyable read that will appeal to most thriller fans but mainly to those who like Christian thrillers. Amy Mackie is Curatorial Associate at the New Museum, New York. Each story will draw you into the characters lives and make you want for more. Her version of religion involves following the rules and missing the compassionate heart of God. I would venture to save that many of us do.
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Listening means attending to someone other than yourself, which is exactly what this book does so brilliantly. It's not all about Wendy; instead it's about what it feels like to grow up with, to be "brought up" by, people who don't listen. They don...



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in his orbit―his long-suffering wife and his three well-behaved daughters. "Teacher, poet, translator" is how he wants his gravestone to read, and in life he is dedicated to passing on to his family the great cultural achievements of western civilization―poetry, philosophy, religion, music, art. But he leaves darker gifts as well, in particular to his daughter Wendy the most traumatic legacy of all: incest.A major achievement and a stunning debut, Listen is about how families shape their memories and how even things that are never spoken about have potent echoes. It's also a memoir that chronicles a poet's apprenticeship to words, the story of a daughter who listened and who, with the gift for poetry her father gave her, learned to translate the darkest secrets of their past.