A memoir of crossing cultures, losing love, and finding home by a New York Times notable author. As steadily and quietly as her marriage falls apart, so Kyoko Mori's understanding of knitting deepens. From flawed school mittens to beautiful unmatched patterns of cardigans, hats and shawls, Kyoko draws the connection between knitting and the new life she tried to establish in the U.S. Interspersed with the story of knitting throughout, the narrative contemplates the nature of love, loss, and what holds a marriage together.THE ONLY MALE KNITTER I KNEW in person was the best poetry student Ia#39;d ever taught, and his name, like ... notes bouncing off the concrete walls and floating up to the sky as she takes a funny, self-deprecating bow and smiles to ... Rob was a hockey player from rural Wisconsinaa trouble-maker and a straight-A student.
|Publisher||:||Gemma - 2009-11-01|