Innocent Blood Themes & Social Concerns

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Maureen Howard in a 1980 New York Times book review calls Innocent Blood "a novel clear and true . .

. a quest for personal identity, of irrational love and strain of duty between parents and children, husband and wife." Inspired by a newspaper account which James read as a consequence of the Children's Act of 1975, which permitted adopted children eighteen years or older to know the identity of their real parents, Innocent...
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