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⥢ Free Read Hardcover [  ᙲ Can't We Talk about Something More Pleasant?: A Memoir ] ⦴ Kindle Ebook By Roz Chast 䑿 ⥢ Free Read Hardcover [ ᙲ Can't We Talk about Something More Pleasant?: A Memoir ] ⦴ Kindle Ebook By Roz Chast 䑿 Roz Chast, photo by Bill FranzenNew Yorker cartoonist and prolific author Chast What I Hate from A to Z, 2011 writes a bravely honest memoir of watching her parents decline, become too frail to stay in the Brooklyn apartment they called home for five decades, suffer dementia and physical depletion, and die in their nineties in a hospice care facility Unlike many recent parent focused cartoon memoirs, such as Alison Bechdels Are You My Mother 2012 and Nicole J Georges Calling Dr Laura 2012 , in which the story is as much about the cartoonists current work and family life as it is about his or her parents, Chast keeps her narrative tightly focused on her mother and father and her own problematicthough not uncommonguilt provoking relationships with them Chasts hallmark quirky sketches are complemented by annotated photos from her own and her parents childhoods Occasionally, her hand printed text will take up than a full page, but its neatly wound into accompanying panels or episodes An unflinching look at the struggles facing adult children of aging parents Francisca Goldsmith Can't We Talk about Something More Pleasant?: A Memoir

 

    • Can't We Talk about Something More Pleasant?: A Memoir
    • 4.5
    • 838
    • Hardcover
    • 240 pages
    • Roz Chast
    • English
    • 27 May 2017

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