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Guilt -- Fiction

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Forgive Me, 2022

Identifier: pf_2022spring_hamada.pdf
Overview "Forgive Me follows Hannah, a twenty-five-year-old woman whose biggest issue in life used to be her unrequited love for Al. Her life comes to a halt one day when she witnesses the brutal rape of his cousin, Mandy. The worst part is that the rapist is none other than Al's father. Threatened into silence, Hannah's fear overwhelms her, and she is rendered unable to act upon what she knows. She drowns into a spiral of depression and barely keeps afloat until one day she is forced to face the...
Dates: 2022

Noodles, 2021

Identifier: sf_2021spring_leal_allegra.pdf
Overview "Twenty five year old JEANIE has struggled with mental health her entire life. Over the past year, she has tried everything she can to forget that it's her fault someone is dead. She works at an animal shelter and goes to church, but she can't escape the guilt. Flashbacks allude to a terrible tragedy in her life when she struck a jaywalking pedestrian with her car in her hometown. She now bears the responsibility of guilt and taking care of the victim's dog, Noodles. In an attempt to focus...
Dates: 2021