If I Should Die Before I Wake; Women On Death Row


A social worker doing research on female offenders, O’Shea tells the stories of women on death row in US prisons. She offers neither a treatise against the death penalty nor an apologia for female innocence, but focuses on the interconnectedness of women’s lives, juxtaposing experiences of the convicts with her own on the outside

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