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Karen March
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The Stranger Who Bore Me: Adoptee-Birth Mother Relationships

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In The Stranger Who Bore Me sixty adult adoptees discuss the difficulties they have encountered in a world where biological kinship governs. Each of their stories reveals the personal dilemma created by the societal demand for secrecy and the deep pain and intense joy associated with adoptees making contact with their birth mother. Karen March has created a compelling and...more
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published May 1st 1995 by University of Toronto Press
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Although a bit too social-science-y for my taste, the information on reunion experiences was largely new to me, and thus useful.
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