Black Mountain Institute; KNPR
Imagine what might happen to your family if one of your siblings were killed suddenly -- it's emotionally traumatic. But when this happens in Leni Zumas' novel, "The Listeners," we find one very sad answer to how a child's death affects the whole family. This book is Zumas' first novel and she'll be reading from it at the Black Mountain Institute on Tuesday.
Children – Death; Criticism; Literature; Zumas, Leni
American Literature | American Studies | Creative Writing | Fiction
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Emerging Novelist Leni Zumas.
Available at: http://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/blackmountain_lectures_events/144