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Publisher Description

Born in Brooklyn during the Great Depression, Helen Mary grows up being told what she can't do, but defies her ancestral Irish-Catholic guilt to become herself. Through her eyes we see the impact of WWII on working-class families, the determination to get an education, the joys and sorrows of marrying a man in a dangerous job and raising children in an ever-changing world. 

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2018
12 May
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
601
Pages
PUBLISHER
Margaret Wander Bonanno
SIZE
515.1
KB

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