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  • Emily Urquhart
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  • 03 January 2017
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Emily Urquhart Ì 9 characters characters Beyond the Pale ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Some attacks on people with albinism in Tanzania rooted in witchcraft she feels compelled to travel to East Africa her sun shy toddler in tow in an effort to understand these human rights violations Upon her return to Canada she discovers a family photograph from the past that might illuminate her daughter’s present While navigating new territory as a first time parent of a child with a disability Emily embarks on a three year journey across North America and Africa to discover how we explain human differences not through scientific facts or statistics but through a system of cultural beliefs Part parenting memoir part cultural critiue and part travelogue Beyond the Pale as the title suggests takes the reader into dark and unknown territory in the search for enlightenme Albinism is a rare genetic condition where pigment fails to form in a person s skin hair and eyes Those with albinism suffer from poor vision and sensitivity to the sun often developing skin cancer When Emily Uruhart gave birth to a daughter with albinism in 2010 her life took an unexpected turn Living in Canada Uruhart set out determined to learn everything she could about the condition and the implications for her daughter s health and wellbeing in the years to come Beyond the Pale is Uruhart s memoir of this period of discovery and as the blurb says it is part memoir part cultural critiue and part genetic travelogueUruhart consulted a myriad health professions and attended the NOAH National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation conference in the USA She travelled to Africa to meet children with albinism and hear about their traumatic experiences first handUruhart is a folklore scholar and journalist and I was very interested in reading about the superstition and folklore surrounding albinism in different cultures and across time Unfortunately there just wasn t enough and given this was the primary reason for my reading I was deeply disappointedThe last section of the memoir covered Uruhart s efforts to map her family tree and trace the albinism gene back through the generations She shares all the ins and outs of her family tree and I uickly lost interest in this geneology deep diveIn hindsight I think I d have been better off spending 30 minutes learning about albinism online rather than reading this specialised memoir It really wasn t for meRecommended reading for memoir lovers parents who have a child with albinism those with an interest in geneology In Tanzania 1 in every 1429 babies born have albinism and the population believes those with albinism have magical powers As a conseuence those with albinism are often hunted and their body parts are sought after for use by witch doctors to heal the sick Tragically it is sometimes the family members who offer their children to the albino hunters in return for money Not something Uruhart s beautiful daughter Sadie will ever have to worry 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do enjoy reading memoirs so I was also fine with her telling the story of her daughter s first few yearsWhere the book did lose me was in the weird structure Emily Uruhart does jump from topic to topic and does not tell the story chronologically either and sometimes that got a bit frustrating to read I also was not the biggest fan of the visit to Tanzania while I enjoyed reading about the myths and also the dangers faced by El agujero del infierno people with albinism in this country and learning about Tanzania Emily Uruhart s reasoning why she just absolutely had to leave her daughter behind to explore the connection she has with The Essential Jim Brickman, Vol. 4 (Piano/Vocal/Chords) people in Tanzania as a mother to Teddy person with albinism was not convincing for meI received an arc of this book curtesy of NetGalley and Jacaranda Books in exchange for an honest review Thanks for that

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