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Memoir readers should not miss this singular offering. Shelf Awareness



Clear-sighted, darkly comic and tender, The Twenty-Seventh Letter of the Alphabet is about a daughter's struggle to face the Medusa of generational trauma without turning to stone.


"A stunning merger of form and content; a remarkable portrait-becomes-self-portrait; and something like a master class in complicity.”
—David Shields, author of Reality Hunger


"An intimate and searching accumulation of the moments, tender and brutal, that heap together and create a life.”
The Boston Globe

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