Berger, Ruth Gila
July 2006
Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature & Fine Arts;Summer/Fall2006, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p220
Academic Journal
This article presents the author's opinion regarding the importance of home. According to the author there is no place like home. She fondly remembers her own childhood days and her relationship with her mother. The author grew up at Piermont, New York. The author's mother was an artist and used to draw landscapes. According to the author, she had grudges and resentments against her mother. The author remembers her own inordinate rage and breath-catching irritation at the instance of her mother humming and chirping off-key in the kitchen at breakfast.


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