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Nobody's Father #2020

Nobody s Father In a sequel to the celebrated collection of stories Nobody s Mother comes an honest and poignant collection of essays from men who have forgone fatherhood Statistics Canada data show that seven per ce

  • Title: Nobody's Father
  • Author: Bruce Gillespie Lynne Van Luven
  • ISBN: 9781894898744
  • Page: 284
  • Format: paperback
  • Nobody's Father By Bruce Gillespie Lynne Van Luven, In a sequel to the celebrated collection of stories Nobody s Mother comes an honest and poignant collection of essays from men who have forgone fatherhood.Statistics Canada data show that seven per cent of women and eight per cent of men intend to remain childless Nobody s Father gives readers fresh, honest insights into that male eight per cent Ranging in age from youngIn a sequel to the celebrated collection of stories Nobody s Mother comes an honest and poignant collection of essays from men who have forgone fatherhood.Statistics Canada data show that seven per cent of women and eight per cent of men intend to remain childless Nobody s Father gives readers fresh, honest insights into that male eight per cent Ranging in age from young manhood to late middle age, some gay and some straight, and making their homes across North America, the contributors explore the issues of what it means to live a life without children While some writers admit they are haunted by feelings of failure to live up to their own fathers expectations and to carry on the family name, others admit to knowing from an early age that parenthood was not for them and are content with the alternative lives they lead.

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    1 thought on “Nobody's Father

    1. It s a pretty good read but lacks the emotion of its predecessor, Nobody s Mother Probably the most touching piece comes near the end when Allan Wilson talks about his son who died of cancer.

    2. What a great little book Some excellent writers in this small collection Picked it up in the Freestore.w I will keep a look out for Nobody s Mother.

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