Tuesday, September 1, 2009

When I Forgot by Elina Hirvonen: a review by Elizabeth Kate Switaj [50BPT]

Today's entry comes from Elizabeth Kate Switaj, the author of Magdalene & the Mermaids and an editor of Gender Across Borders. Read her previous entry in 50BPT, Descent of Alette by Alice Notely.
When I Forgot by Elina Hirvonen

When I Forgot combines deeply personal stories of family, mental illness, and love with the broader background of war and anti-war movements. The characters may not be models for how to live you life, but they do go on just as we strive to do.


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