Book Review: We Were Brothers by Barry Moser

A meditation about a complicated relationship, Barry Moser writes beautifully and with a tender heart of his brother, with whom he had an extremely difficult relationship. The last part, when they make amends, in part because Barry called his brother on his racism and misogyny is truly touching. I give credit to his brother for being able to take in what Barry was so correctly stating, and, it appears, change his attitudes (or at the very least, vocalizing them.) This would be an interesting book to read for people thinking about racism in their families.

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