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What does it mean to have a daughter? How does it feel to be one?

A child carer would do anything to support her fragile mother.

A woman resorts to extreme measures to stop her baby’s cries.

A man struggles to accept his middle child’s change of direction.

Another uses his daughter to entice young women into his car.

A woman contemplates her relationship with her father as she watches a stranger withhold his attention from his child.

Mothers of daughters, fathers of daughters, daughters from infancy to middle age.

Three award-winning short stories plus a couple more.

You’ll never think about daughters the same way again.

Prize-winning short stories from the Polari Prize shortlisted author of Sugar and Snails.

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