Awake with Asashoryu and other essays /

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Author / Creator:McKetta, Elisabeth Sharp, author.
Edition:First Paul Dry Books edition.
Imprint:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : Paul Dry Books, 2022.
Description:xiii, 184 pages ; 21 cm
Subject:McKetta, Elisabeth Sharp -- Childhood and youth.
Poets, American -- 20th century -- Biography.
Format: Print Book
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Summary:"At the heart of every essay in Elisabeth Sharp McKetta's lively collection is the same question: How does one grow up without losing oneself? McKetta braids deceptively simple stories of her own life with the rich undercurrent of familiar childhood tales to reveal things both personal and universal and as close to the truth as possible. Whether she is spending sleepless nights watching the sumo wrestler Asashoryu with her father, settling into a new life in a fishing hamlet in Cornwall, struggling with a beloved and ultimately untrainable corgi named Goblin, or emerging from a night in the woods rethinking who she might be, McKetta's essays sparkle and twist round and about-funny and insightful and compelling."--

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Call Number: PS3613.C5585A93 2022
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