Elizabeth Elder searches for authenticity - in herself and in the changing world - as she weighs the incompatibilities in a family she loves and faces down the dictates of a traditional past. The narrative spans seventy years, from the author's earliest memories in the segregated South, through coming of age in New England, and into and out of a marriage plagued by a commonly misunderstood mental health condition. Her story mirrors national and global events, positioning a personal narrative alongside the evolving, maturing Earth.
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