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New Mexico, 1985. Brigid Long Night, a young half-Navajo painter, goes towork as an assistant for the elderly Georgia O’Keeffe. Haunted by the decisionto give up her newborn daughter for adoption, Brigid struggles with the directionand inertia of her life. With O’Keeffe’s encouragement, Brigid develops apowerful style, incorporating language and wordplay as well as image in herportrayal of Native American life and her place in it.Atlanta, 1995. Nancy Diamond, an aspiring playwright, encounters Brigid’s workand begins to understand the hidden truths about her own life as the child born ofan affair between her white mother and an African American artist.New York City, 2001. Sasha Hernandez enrolls at Columbia University tostudy filmmaking. She has only recently discovered that her mother, living inManhattan, is a celebrated painter and sculptor whose work is installed in thesculpture garden at the World Trade Center.In Liza Wieland’s deeply moving novel, these interwoven stories show how art reveals the depth and complexity of human love, in all its betrayals and losses, beauty and redemption

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2015
    • Ano:  2016
    • País de Produção: United States
    • Código de Barras:  2001052397542
    • ISBN:  9780815653134

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