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"If I can give myself anything, let it be a way into anger," a reasonable creed for navigating a life continually demanding passivity toward the violence and loss it inflicts. Allison writes the plights of mothers, daughters, lovers and spouses in a voice that endures scars and calluses but refuses to accept them as necessary. "Some unbecomes happen slowly." This book provides precise detail of ascendance above survival.