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The blurry years

Eleanor Kriseman

The blurry years

a novel

by Eleanor Kriseman

  • 85 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mothers and daughters,
  • Fiction,
  • Teenage girls,
  • Social life and customs

  • About the Edition

    Callie navigates her teenage years while living with her mother in late 1970s and early 1980s Florida.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Eleanor Kriseman
    The Physical Object
    Pagination171 pages
    Number of Pages171
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26964939M
    ISBN 101937512711
    ISBN 109781937512712
    OCLC/WorldCa1007035425

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Callie, the endearing narrator, matures from age six to age eighteen across the book, but even when she’s old enough to develop good boundaries, she can’t. Synopsis The Blurry Years is a powerful and unorthodox coming-of-age story from an assured new literary voice, featuring a stirringly twisted mother-daughter relationship, set against the sleazy, vividly-drawn backdrop of late-seventies and early-eighties Florida.

Callie—who ages from six to eighteen over the course of the book—leads a scattered childhood, moving from cars to strangers. Find books like The Blurry Years from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked The Blurry Years also liked: The Deeper the W.

The Blurry Years, a debut novel by Eleanor Kriseman, is the kind of coming-of-age tale that we need It’s also a deceptively simple novel. No fancy narrative tricks, no framing devices, no division of the action into distinct cinematic acts—just Callie’s 3/4(5).

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Callie--who ages from six to eighteen. Kriseman’s debut novel tells Callie’s story of these “blurry years” as a series of snapshots taking place over about a decade as Callie’s peripatetic mother ditches one boyfriend after another and tries to keep the duo’s heads above water even as her daughter is drowning in : Eleanor Kriseman.

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Her vision is blurry. It might be: A problem called astigmatism. It means the cornea of her eye is curved and can't focus on images clearly. Holds books really close to see the words. *A Best Book of —Entropy“Kriseman’s is a new voice to celebrate.” —Publishers WeeklyThe Blurry Years is a powerful and unorthodox coming-of-age story from an assured new literary voice, featuring a stirringly twisted mother-daughter relationship, set against the sleazy, vividly-drawn backdrop of late-seventies and early-eighties : Two Dollar Radio.

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READ THIS BOOK. Seriously. I was so excited, I forgot to even mention what it's about. It tells the story of a girl named Callie from ages 6 to 18 as she grows up in Florida with an alcoholic. *A Best Book of --Entropy"Kriseman's is a new voice to celebrate." --Publishers WeeklyThe Blurry Years is a powerful and unorthodox coming-of-age story from an assured new literary voice, featuring a stirringly twisted mother-daughter relationship, set against the sleazy, vividly-drawn backdrop of late-seventies and early-eighties --who ages from six to eighteen over the course.

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Callie--who ages from six to eighteen over the. Blurry definition is - lacking definition or focus. How to use blurry in a sentence. The Blurry Years is the debut novel by Kriseman, who lives in New York but grew up in Tampa, although under circumstances very different from Callie's nomadic childhood — her father is a doctor.Store information.

Books For Good N. Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ () () ; [email protected]"The Blurry Years is a well-drawn story of growing up alone with a mother who is absent emotionally yet present physically." —Hunger Mountain, a publication of Vermont College of Fine Arts "Kriseman’s The Blurry Years explores Florida in the s and 80s through the lens of young Callie, a girl coming into adulthood.

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