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Unformatted text preview: How do Asha and Rashid sustain their love in a prison context? What does Asha Bandele learn as the “prisoner’s wife” that she didn’t know before as a politically active college student? For those of you who have family members in prison, what aspects of Bandele’s memoir were most engaging or thought provoking for you? Give one example of what Fraser means when she writes: “the profound truth of a prison town is that its future is sentenced as surely as the inmates.” What, according to Fraser, are some of the “collateral consequences” of becoming a prison town?...
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- Winter '08
- Asha Bandele, Imprisonment Reading Questions