Trash, Allison S Landmark Collection, Laid The Groundwork For Her Critically Acclaimed Bastard Out Of Carolina, The National Book Award Finalist That Was Hailed By The New York Times Book Review As Simply Stunninga Wonderful Work Of Fiction By A Major Talent In Addition To Allison S Classic Stories, This New Edition Of Trash Features Stubborn Girls And Mean Stories, An Introduction In Which Allison Discusses The Writing Of Trash And Compassion, A Never Before Published Short Story.First Published In 1988, The Award Winning Trash Showcases Allison At Her Most Fearlessly Honest And Startlingly Vivid The Limitless Scope Of Human Emotion And Experience Are Depicted In Stories That Give Aching And Eloquent Voice To The Terrible Wounds We Inflict On Those Closest To Us These Are Tales Of Loss And Redemption Of Shame And Forgiveness Of Love And Abuse And The Healing Power Of Storytelling A Book That Resonates With Uncompromising Candor And Incandescence, Trash Is Sure To Captivate Allison S Legion Of Readers And Win Her A Devoted New Following.
Dorothy Allison is an American writer, speaker, and member of the Fellowship of Southern Writers Themes in Allison s work include class struggle, child and sexual abuse, women, lesbianism, feminism, and family.Allison s first novel, the semi autobiographical Bastard Out of Carolina, was published in 1992 and was one of five finalists for the 1992 National Book Award Allison founded The Independent Spirit Award in 1998, a prize given annually to an individual whose work within the small press and independent bookstore circuit has helped sustain that enterprise.
- 240 pages
- Trash: Stories
- Dorothy Allison
- 10 October 2019 Dorothy Allison