Skin

Skin

&, Liars

Book - 1988
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Skin
In a country with a rapidly expanding population of ethnic and racial minorities all levels of Canadian society cannot help but be affected. Skin looks at the personal difficulties brought about by racism, especially as it concerns young adults in the school system. Because he has chosen to write about this problem from the viewpoint of the victim, Dennis Foon brings us to an understanding of the dynamics of oppression.

Liars
Lenny and Jace are a pair of teenagers who in spite of certain differences are attracted to each other. But things grow more complicated when it is revealed that both have parents who are alcoholics. With considerable craft, the author has given us a place of not only harrowing intensity, but one of compassion.
Publisher: Toronto : Playwrights Canada, 1988
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780887544682
0887544681
Branch Call Number: 819.254 Foon
Characteristics: 112 p. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Foon, Dennis 1951- Liars
Alternative Title: Skin ; &, Liars
Liars

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