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Resource ID: #21601
Subject: Prisons
Source: Pacific News Service
Date: 2004-03-01



Jennifer Gonnerman's book describes Elaine Bartlett's life - her 16 years in prison and her re-entry into society after parole. It follows her life and how she copes with trying to find a job, her clashes with her daughters, negotiating the rules of parole, and how she campaigns for the repeal of the laws that led to her long prison term.

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