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010 _a 2019009593
020 _a9781616209131 (hardcover)
040 _aLBSOR/DLC
_beng
_erda
_cLBSOR
_dNjBwBT
_dIMmBT
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050 0 0 _aPS3604.I176
_bZ46 2019
082 0 0 _a818/.603
_aB
_223
092 _aBIO
_bDIA, J.
100 1 _aDíaz, Jaquira,
_eauthor.
245 1 0 _aOrdinary girls :
_ba memoir /
_cJaquira Díaz.
250 _aFirst edition.
264 1 _aChapel Hill, North Carolina :
_bAlgonquin Books of Chapel Hill,
_c2019.
300 _a321 pages ;
_c22 cm
336 _atext
_2rdacontent
337 _aunmediated
_2rdamedia
338 _avolume
_2rdacarrier
520 _a"Jaquira Díaz writes an unflinching account of growing up as a queer biracial girl searching for home as her family splits apart and her mother struggles with mental illness and addiction. From her own struggles with depression and drug abuse to her experiences of violence to Puerto Rico's history of colonialism, every page vibrates with music and lyricism"--
_cProvided by publisher.
505 0 _aGirl hood -- Origin story -- El Caserío -- La otra -- Home is a place -- Monster story -- Candy girl -- Ordinary girls -- Fourteen, or how to be a juvenile delinquent -- Girls, monsters -- Beach city -- Battle stations -- Secrets -- Mother, mercy -- Returning -- Ordinary girls.
600 1 0 _aDíaz, Jaquira
_xChildhood and youth.
600 1 0 _aDíaz, Jaquira
_xFamily.
650 0 _aLesbian authors
_zPuerto Rico
_vBiography.
650 0 _aRacially mixed women
_zPuerto Rico
_vBiography.
650 0 _aFamilies
_zPuerto Rico.
650 0 _aMentally ill women.
650 0 _aSubstance abuse.
942 _2ddc
_cBK
999 _c100863
_d100863
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