When Our Parents Define Us: In Her Wake
November 16, 2010 | |

I tend to read very fast, often too fast. While reading In Her Wake I forced myself to slow way down, because I didn’t want to miss a sentence, or let a single thought go unread or undigested. Nancy Rappaport’s gripping story is entwined with a depth of easily understood research, so much so that as I followed in Rappaport’s wake, as she uncovered her family secrets, so to did I begin to understand some of my own.


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