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Family Abuses in Tunes for Bears to Dance To
Tunes for Bears to Dance To Chapter 3
This seven-page marked typescript of Chapter 3 of Tunes for Bears to Dance To includes penciled line edits. The chapter shows Mr. Hairston's deceptively friendly demeanor to his clientele and his dictatorial behavior during World War II rationing. A description of Mr. Hairston's daughter Doris as ghost-like also appears. Henry briefly speaks with Doris and notices a bruise on her cheek. Henry adds Doris to his prayers along with his own family members and Mr. Levine.
Tunes for Bears to Dance To Chapter 10
This two-page marked typescript of Chapter 10 of Tunes for Bears to Dance To includes pencilled line edits. Henry is unloading a delivery truck and sees Doris, Mr. Hairston's daughter. He asks her about her falls and she warns Henry to be careful of her father. She describes the verbal and psychological abuse her mother suffers.
The New York Public Library shares a book list in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month of fiction and non-fiction books about child abuse.
The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children provides a forum for victims of child abuse to share their stories and what helped them to escape and heal from abuse.