My Broken Language: A Memoir OverviewMy Broken Language is a memoir by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Quiara Alegrìa Hudes. In the memoir, Quiara mostly focuses on the formative experiences of her childhood, youth, and early adulthood, as well as significant experiences from the lives of her family members. Quiara especially views her relationships with her family members on her mother’s side of the family as formative to her own identity. The book explores themes of family, inequality, art, and language.
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My Broken Language Study Guide