Domesticated Wild Things and Other StoriesBook - 2013
Just down the highway from Connecticut's Gold Coast is the state's rusty underbelly, the wretched, used-up sort of place where you might find Xhenet Aliu's Domesticated Wild Things: the reluctant mothers, delinquent dads, and not-quite-feral children, yet dreamers all. These are the children of immigrants who found boarded-up brass mills instead of the gilded streets of America; they're the teenaged girls raised in the fluorescent glow of Greek diners, the middle-aged men with pump.
Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, ©2013
Branch Call Number: ALIU
Characteristics: x, 141 pages ; 22 cm