Sweet Charlotte's Seventh Mistake
Savor Sweet Charlotte's Seventh Mistake. Cori Crooks offers a quirky mediation on her mother's life and the search for her own paternity. Instead of a relating a straightforward narrative, Crooks assembles photos and letters, essays and memorabilia. Through them, she allows readers to glimpse a flawed, fascinating woman who had 15 names, seven husbands and seven children. The identity of Crooks' biological father, which might seem straightforward, becomes even more subtle and complex.
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