The Dragons, the Giant, the Women OverviewIn this non-fiction exploration of civil conflict in Liberia and its effects on the Liberian diaspora in America, author Wayétu Moore puts herself into the shoes of her younger self, her older self, and her beloved mother, Mam, to create a unique memoir. By examining multiple aspects of civil conflict and trauma, she exposes the way in which generational differences and emigration affect storytelling, healing, and identity formation after war. This book examines themes such as race in identity formation, exile, cultures of oral storytelling, and more.
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