Historian Joan Jacobs Brumberg sees the body as a kind of message board that girls manipulate fiercely in their attempts to keep current with the demands of popular culture.
When it comes to the current literary crop, screwed-up childhoods and wretched parents are out, and talking animals are in.
Looking into the Westside: Untold Stories of the People (1900-1997) is a delightful read for Tucson newcomers and old-timers alike.
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