Drown by Junot Diaz

"Drown" is a collection of short stories that provide a poignant look into the lives of Dominican immigrants in America, particularly in New Jersey. The stories are interconnected, focusing on the struggles of a young man dealing with issues of poverty, father abandonment, love, and identity. The narrative intertwines his experiences in both the United States and the Dominican Republic, offering a raw and candid depiction of immigrant life, cultural displacement, and the complexities of masculinity and maturity.

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