Pregnant at sixteen, Mary Frances McDonald was expected to bear her baby secretly and then pretend it never happened. Twenty-five years later, having discovered that the Vermont Home for Unwed Mothers she was driven to while blindfolded never existed, she returns to her Pennsylvania coal town to confront the driver, her own mother.
The Korean War has been called the “forgotten war,” not as studied as World War II or Vietnam. Choi examines the collective memory of the Korean War through five discrete memory sites in the United States and South Korea, including the PBS documentary Battle for Korea, the Korean War Memorial in Salt Lake City, and the statue of…
But Joyce McDonald isn’t talking. The only thing she appears to remember is nearly dying of shame over rumors that the child was conceived upstairs in a dance hall in a fling with so many boys the father could have been anybody.
In order to find the truth and her child, Mary Frances must unravel a conspiracy far more tangled than anything she can fathom.
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