By Julia Scheeres
(Counterpoint, Paperback, 9781582433547, 384pp.)
Publication Date: September 2006
1. Throughout Jesus Land, Julia oscillates between close identification with David (referring to "our color," for example), involuntary alienation from him (as when he and Jerome are pitted against the rest of the family), and intentional attempts to separate herself from him (as she does during high school). Does her perception of her relationship with David affect her perception of herself? How?