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Dust: Murmurs and a Play by Pamela Booker
  

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Dust: Murmurs and a Play by Pamela Booker

More a philosophical crafting of body and race, Dust: murmurs and a play provides a course of recognition that is equal parts critical, performative, and personal, in the years following 9-11. The piercing critical essays are anchored by the play Dust, an imaginative chronicling of how two war-weary women, one African-American, the other Afghani, survive political betrayals. In linked accord, these creative examinations speak passionately to issues that reflect our complicated epoch of terror, globalism, love and healing.

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Publication date

8th January 2009

Author

Pamela Booker

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Publisher

Evolutionary Girls

Format

Paperback
152 pages

Categories

Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

ISBN

9780615190235

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