Exquisite Creatures: Ability, Goodness, and
by EMILY RAPP
SANTE FE, NEW MEXICO
09 July 2011
(opens in new window; in English)
The essay is longer than the usual stuff online these days, but it is oh-so-worth it to read in its entirety. The author exquisitely combines themes and life lessons from a Hollywood blockbuster movie, childhood experiences, literature, religious studies, history, and present-day parenting. She weaves a narrative that blurs meanings (in a good way). The piece is real in multiple senses of the word.
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