Eve Ensler, author of classic feminist play The Vagina Monologues, was molested and viciously beaten by her father. She waited her whole life for an apology from him, but he died before it ever came. In this book, she takes on his perspective, tries to imagine the many forces that collided within him and turned him into an abuser, and then writes a 112-page letter apologizing to her for what he did. "It occurred to me that there’s a very big difference between punishment and transformation," Ensler told People magazine in a recent interview. "I think what I wanted to try to do was create a blueprint of what an apology might look like, what would it be like."
by Rich Smith
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