The Kiss is a memoir by American author Kathryn Harrison. First published in 1997, the memoir details her relationship with her estranged father, which culminated in a sexual affair when they finally met again when she was an adult
The Kiss is a memoir by American author Kathryn Harrison. First published in 1997, the memoir details her relationship with her estranged father, which culminated in a sexual affair when they finally met again when she was an adult. Harrison took pains to disguise her father's identity but nevertheless faced criticism for publishing the book while her father was alive.
The Kiss by Kathryn Harrison Memoir Incredibly brave and poignant recounting of the author's dysfunctional .
The Kiss by Kathryn Harrison Memoir Incredibly brave and poignant recounting of the author's dysfunctional relationship with her entire family. The focal point of her life had always been her mother. Kathryn Harrison's novels include Thicker than Water and Exposure, both New York Times Notable Books, and Poison, called "powerful and hypnotic" by The New York Times and "a masterpiece" by Lucy Grealy. Harrison lives in New York.
The Kiss: A Memoir by Kathryn Harrison was a fascinating book. It is well written and in good taste. I am grateful that I read " A Conversation with Kathryn Harrison" at the end of the book. In this section the author tells what she did to deal with her past. I usually don't read that part in books.
There is nothing remotely titillating about Harrison’s book; instead, it reads like a slow descent into hell-one that compels and repels in almost equal measure at times. meet her father until she was 20, takes the reader on a difficult journey into her loveless childhood, her bouts with anorexia and bulimia, and, eventually, the incestuous 4-year affair with her father.
The 1990s seems to be the decade of revelation. What used to be private is becoming increasingly public
The 1990s seems to be the decade of revelation. What used to be private is becoming increasingly public. We meet in cities where we've never been before.
The Kiss: A Memoir Harrison Kathryn Random House (USA) 9780812979718 : This dazzling memoir about the incestuous transgression of Kathryn Harrisons father, and how Kathryn broke free from this. Есть в наличии на складе поставщика. Склад Америка: 22 шт. При оформлении заказа до: 27 сен 2019 Ориентировочная дата поставки: 4-6 ноября При условии наличия книги у поставщика.
With her fourth book, The Kiss, Kathryn Harrison finally wrote what she’d apparently been trying to write all along-a memoir about her own sexual relationship with her (till then estranged) biological father, which occurred when she was 20 and he was around 40. I had read Harrison’s. I had read Harrison’s second novel, Exposure, in the early 1990s and didn’t think much of it at the time, although in retrospect I may just not have been sophisticated enough to appreciate it.
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She interweaves a series of dire events that occurred during the first 25 years of her life, jumping back and forth in time yet drawing you irresistibly toward the heart of a great evil.
Kathryn Harrison is the author of the novels ENVY, THE SEAL WIFE, THE BINDING CHAIR, POISON, EXPOSURE, THICKER THAN WATER and ENCHANTMENTS
Kathryn Harrison is the author of the novels ENVY, THE SEAL WIFE, THE BINDING CHAIR, POISON, EXPOSURE, THICKER THAN WATER and ENCHANTMENTS. She has also written memoirs, THE KISS and THE MOTHER KNOT, a travel memoir, THE ROAD TO SANTIAGO, a biography, SAINT THERESE OF LISIEUX, and a collection of personal essays, SEEKING RAPTURE.
Author: Kathryn Harrison
Publisher: Random House; 1st edition (March 4, 1997)
Pages: 207 pages
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