AuthorRomano, Avery Elizabeth
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractI Love You; Not Enough is an exploration of family dynamic, relationship dysfunction, secret pasts, and the manner in which individuals handle a drastic shift in their current realities. The story of this family begins in the summer after Janie’s first year at college, when she comes home only to find that their dynamic has been uprooted by her father’s affair. Following are five short stories, a mixture of experimental and traditional fiction, that explore the summer following Janie’s return. Though it begins with a simple view of the family as a whole, as time progresses it is revealed that there is much more to this family than meets the eye. As the collection progresses, it seeks to examine the differences in relationships, the underlying factors in how those act in them, boundaries crossed and limits reached, and what brings a relationship to it’s end.
Degree ProgramHonors College