The Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, Susan Faludi, had little contact with her father until his sex change operation restarts their communication. Laurel Lefkow switches comfortably between American and Hungarian accents, echoes the cold sarcasm between Susan Faludi and her father and accents the thoughtful reflections on self-image throughout the narrative “In the Darkroom.”
The Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, Susan Faludi, had little contact with her father until his sex change operation restarts their communication. Laurel Lefkow switches comfortably between American and Hungarian accents, echoes the cold sarcasm between Susan Faludi and her father and accents the thoughtful reflections on self-image throughout the narrative “In the Darkroom.”
The Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, Susan Faludi, had little contact with her father until his sex change operation restarts their communication. Laurel Lefkow switches comfortably between American and Hungarian accents, echoes the cold sarcasm between Susan Faludi and her father and accents the thoughtful reflections on self-image throughout the narrative “In the Darkroom.”

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