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Noah’s mother, through all of their many trying times, was the light and inspiration who allowed Trevor the ability to learn from their hardships.
Through the confines of racism and violence, this is a tale of how survival can happen with love, humor, and dignity.
The book isn’t so much about a single moment of discovery, but rather the series of discoveries that make up everyday life as a young adult. Kwon put together this excellent list of books by women of color that were slated to be published in 2018.
These range from the mundane to the profound, and can be painfully relatable. It includes all sorts of writers I regularly try to draw inspiration and perspective from.
What starts out as his appeal to literature and writers is also an appeal to combat “dangerously increasing division,” reminding us of his first encounter in England, of openness and generosity.
, is of her being mesmerized by the daughter of her host family, Heather Heidenga, reaching into a canister of Pringles and shoving a handful into her mouth.
Selin is a student of language and literature, and while there’s a strong literary bent to the book, it taps into so much more.
Selin navigates a world familiar to most university students, in the strange liminal space of becoming who you’re supposed to be. In her headnote that precedes the list, Kwon urges us: “Let’s read more broadly; let’s try inhabiting one another’s wildly varied, entirely human points of view.” This graphic novel details the many ways in which the protagonist dies.
Each chapter ends with his death and the next chapter begins at a different point in his life and ends in his death.
Welcome to you--incoming Cal freshmen and transfer students, and avid readers everywhere!
As UC Berkeley marks its sesquicentennial (that’s a fancy way of saying “150th birthday”), we’ve taken the university’s motto, Fiat Lux (“Let there be light”), as inspiration for this year’s UC Berkeley Summer Reading List for New Students.