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How We Roll: Stories
Zuppa, Michelle Ann

2011, Master of Fine Arts (MFA), Bowling Green State University, Creative Writing/Fiction.
The stories in How We Roll feature characters striving for happiness, and success, and sometimes for peace and understanding of self. Often these protagonists think they know what they want only to discover they are wrong. All the main characters are women, and many are pregnant or involved with young children. The stories are mainly set in the suburbs of Buffalo, New York, part of the rust belt. Community, in the form of extended family, friends, co-workers and neighbors, influences these characters as they struggle and try to find their way
Wendell Mayo, PhD (Committee Chair)
Lawrence Coates, PhD (Committee Member)
124 p.

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