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What My Mother and I Don't Talk About

Fifteen Writers Break the Silence

The anthology features essays from fifteen writers who delve into the complexities of their relationships with their mothers, exploring themes of love, pain, history, and the things left unsaid. Each contributor offers a candid and personal narrative that examines the silence, secrets, and unspoken tensions that can exist between mothers and their children.

Key points:

1. Mother-Daughter Relationship Complexity: The book delves into the intricate, often complicated dynamics between mothers and daughters, highlighting their imperfections.

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