WE THE ANIMALS in this wonderful debut novel refers to three brothers, close in age, growing up in upstate New York. They are the Three Musketeers bound strongly together not just because of geographical isolation but because of cultural separateness too. The brothers are born to a white mother and a Puerto Rican fatherâ€”they are half-breeds confused about their identity and constrained by desperate and mind-numbing poverty.
September 22, 2011
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Tags: brothers, Domestic Violence, Gay/Lesbian, Identity, lyrical, Poverty Â· Posted in: Class - Race - Gender, Coming-of-Age, Contemporary, Family Matters, Latin American/Caribbean, NE & New York