The Abramson Portraits
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
The Abramson Portraits is a novel told through the stories of two siblings—Jacob Abramson, twelve, and his sister Ariel, sixteen—who, against the backdrop of Jackson, Mississippi, in the late 1990’s, contend with Judaism, isolation, sexuality, and the disintegration of their parents’ marriage.
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Newman, David Louis Neal, "The Abramson Portraits" (2011). LSU Master's Theses. 3490.
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