Alison's childhood is a stage on which the fickle behavior of adults is played out and where the catalysts for her development are the opposing forces of passion and indifference. As a young woman she encounters Diane, a gifted rebel from a suburban home whose chafing against conformity has resulted in a prison sentence. Alison arrives to tutor the recalcitrant student and the rest is captivation.
'Campbell strives for and attains the thwarted and transgressive articulations of a William Faulkner.’ Cameron Woodhead
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