A Shred of Dignity by Robin Lynn Moore

By Robin Lynn Moore

A compelling autobiography that exemplifies a tender girl's lifetime of poverty, sexual improprieties and family members disorder in Maine and Maryland during periods of sexual revolution and social unrest. A illustration of a coming of age and, judgements that bring about the final word collection of being a sufferer or survivor. The poems interspersed all through this real-life tale, solidify the sentiments expressed in a manner that the chapters on my own can't, all resulting in select capitalizing at the shred of dignity.

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