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Dog flowers : a memoir / Danielle Geller.

By: Geller, Danielle [author.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : One World, [2021]Edition: First editionDescription: 260 pages : illustrations ; 25 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781984820396 :; 1984820397 :Subject(s): Geller, Danielle | Navajo Indians -- BiographyGenre/Form: Autobiographies.Additional physical formats: Online version:: Dog flowersDDC classification: 979.1004/97260092 | B LOC classification: E99.N3 | G357 2021Summary: "After Danielle Geller's mother dies of alcohol withdrawal while homeless, she is forced to return to Florida. Using her training as a librarian and archivist, Geller collects her mother's documents, diaries, and photographs into a single suitcase and begins a journey of confronting her family, her harrowing past, and the decisions she's been forced to make, a journey that will end at her mother's home--the Navajo reservation. Geller masterfully intertwines wrenching prose with archival documents to create a deeply moving narrative of loss and inheritance that pays homage to our pasts, traditions, heritage, and the family we are given, and the ones we choose"-- Provided by publisher.
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"After Danielle Geller's mother dies of alcohol withdrawal while homeless, she is forced to return to Florida. Using her training as a librarian and archivist, Geller collects her mother's documents, diaries, and photographs into a single suitcase and begins a journey of confronting her family, her harrowing past, and the decisions she's been forced to make, a journey that will end at her mother's home--the Navajo reservation. Geller masterfully intertwines wrenching prose with archival documents to create a deeply moving narrative of loss and inheritance that pays homage to our pasts, traditions, heritage, and the family we are given, and the ones we choose"-- Provided by publisher.

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