Fractured family tree
To Danzy Senna, her memoir is personal history. To her father, it's character assassination.
Danzy Senna, the daughter of a white Boston Brahmin mother and black father born in the South, earned acclaim a decade ago for her autobiographical debut novel, "Caucasia." Now Senna has written again of race and relatives, this time in a memoir, and it's stirring trouble in a family already fractured by her parents' volatile marriage and acrimonious divorce. (Full article: 1302 words)
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