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Drown

Díaz, Junot

(Book - 1996)
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
Drown
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Stories set in the Dominican Republic and in New Jersey. In Ysrael, a boy is disfigured by a pig, No Face is on his trip to America to undergo plastic surgery, and How to Date is on the art of dating interracially.
Publisher: New York : Riverhead Books, 1996
ISBN: 9781573226066
1573220418
9781573220415
Branch Call Number: FICTION DIAZ 1996
Characteristics: 208 p. ;,22 cm

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"The 10 tales in this intense debut collection plunge us into the emotional lives of people redefining their American identity." -Publishers Weekly


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Feb 10, 2014
  • tocch101 rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

Not as engaging as "This is how you lose her" but still a good read with an interesting perspective. The characters are deeply flawed, yet real people.

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Aug 20, 2014
  • manigatc15 rated this: 3 stars out of 5.

We The Animals by Justin Torres is a very engaging novel with complex but nonetheless intriguing language. Torres’ writing style works perfectly with the complicated plot. Throughout the novel, his clever use of rhetoric devices functions to make the story flow and appeal to the reader. It is about 3 brothers who grow up in a bad family dynamic and have to overcome all the struggles. Each brother is different in their own special way and they each have to find a way to survive their upbringing in the best way they know how.

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