The Silicon Tongue by Beryl Fletcher

cover of the book The Silicon TongueThe Silicon Tongue by Beryl Fletcher
Genre: Fiction
Copyright Year: 1996
Published: 1996
Publisher: Spinifex Press
Format: Trade Paperback
No. of Pages: 236
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ISBN: 9781875559497
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The Silicon Tongue is centered on the life and times of the London-born Alice who was brought to New Zealand as a servant in the 1930Os. Alice tells her story into the tape recorder of a mysterious oral historian and discloses family secrets of rape and adoption. She discovers a kinship with teenage nethead, Pixel, and learns that old women can fly in cyberspace along with the young. Meanwhile, Alice’s daughter, Joy, finds out that when it comes to family stories there is always more than one version of the truth.
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