Dr. David Haynes
Home and Again is a novel about what makes and what breaks a home. Davey returns to his childhood home to take care of his father who is slowly losing his mind. He tries to help his father remember the life he once had through the things--the objects--that make up a home. Davey's relationship with his father is strained at best. He struggles to say goodbye to his childhood home and to his father. This is a story about a family and about their home.
novel, creative writing, home, family, Home and Again
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Smith, Dylan, "Home and Again" (2013). Collection of Engaged Learning. 16.