Small Wrongs How we really say sorry in love, life and law


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Kate Rossmanith studied people for a living, and thought she understood human nature well. But in the wake of her daughter’s birth, the vulnerability and intensity of parenthood took her completely by surprise. Faced with a debilitating insomnia, she spent hours awake reflecting on her own upbringing and the unwelcome role remorse can play in even the most devoted parents’ lives.

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ISBN:

9781743794111

Format:

Paperback

Pages:

240

Weight:

340g

RRP:

$32.99

Category:

Fiction , Non-Fiction , Biography and Memoir

Publisher:

Hardie Grant Books

Published:

01 June 2018

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Kate Rossmanith

Kate Rossmanith is an author and an essayist, her nonfiction appearing in The Monthly, The Australian, and Best Australian Essays. In 2013, her essay ‘The Work of Judges’ was nominated for a Walkley Award for Excellence in Journalism, and in 2018 her short documentary Unnatural Deaths was published by The Guardian as part of a series exploring archives on film. She lives in Sydney and lectures at Macquarie University.