To the Uzbekistani Soldier Who Would Not Save My Life

To the Uzbekistani Soldier Who Would Not Save My Life Cultural Writing Essays meditations travel notes or chapters in a novella these seven pieces defy easy categorization Our narrator a certain Susan Smith Nash initially introduces herself as a reso

  • Title: To the Uzbekistani Soldier Who Would Not Save My Life
  • Author: Susan Smith Nash
  • ISBN: 9781880713297
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cultural Writing Essays, meditations, travel notes, or chapters in a novella, these seven pieces defy easy categorization Our narrator a certain Susan Smith Nash initially introduces herself as a resourceful, capable, sedated woman turning 40, but the reader soon finds this thumbnail sketch unraveling Recording the unique perceptions of a woman addicted to relentlessCultural Writing Essays, meditations, travel notes, or chapters in a novella, these seven pieces defy easy categorization Our narrator a certain Susan Smith Nash initially introduces herself as a resourceful, capable, sedated woman turning 40, but the reader soon finds this thumbnail sketch unraveling Recording the unique perceptions of a woman addicted to relentless exploration, this is a book of fierce honesty, a soul baring performance that manages to be both intellectually challenging and emotionally quickening Susan Smith Nash is the author of many other titles carried by SPD, including the popular CHANNEL SURFING THE APOCALYPSE and DOOMSDAY BELLY.

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    • Jlawrence says:

      Collection of brief pieces that hover between prose-poem and personal essay, primarily contemplations from time the author spent in developmental or cultural projects in South America and the former Soviet Union: a mix of cultural observations, snapshots of a shaken psyche, concise portraits of people she met, contemplations of identity and privilege. And the two last pieces are somewhat more traditional essays - one on social-political-and-interestingly psychological ramifications of the specta [...]

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