The Red Parts : Autobiography of a Trial
by Maggie Nelson
Editor: Vintage Publishing
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Selected as Book of the Year 2017 in the Guardian’Maggie Nelson runs, singular books feel enough light in handBut in the head and in the heart, they seem exceptionally vast, of their intelligence and strange beauty linger on” the Observer In 1969, Jane Mixing Table, a first year law student at the University of Michigan, posted a note on a billboard student to share an elevator back to her hometown of Muskegon for spring breakShe never did: she was brutally murdered, her body was a few miles from campus the next day.The Red Coins is Maggie Nelson’s singular account of his aunt Jane died, and the trial that took place nearly 35 years laterOfficially unsolved for decades, the case was reopened in 2004, after a DNA match identified a new suspect, who was soon to be arrested and triedIn 2005, Nelson found herself attending the trial, and reflecting with fresh produce urgently on our incessant obsession with violence, especially against women.The resurrection of his inner world during the essay in all its horror, pain, obsession, recklessness, skepticism and outright confusion – Maggie Nelson produced a work of profound integrity and, in her subtle indeterminacy, moral mortal precision
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