Kerber traces the ways in which water liberates and transforms various characters in Middlesex in order to critique and complicate water’s taken-for-granted liberatory powers. Kerber invites us to consider the majority of those for whom water is as deadly as it is (possibly) emancipating, especially those most vulnerable to climate change and other ecological and violent upheavals.
"Border Crossings, Watery Spaces, and the (Un)Verified Self in Middlesex,"
The Goose: Vol. 17
, Article 58.
Available at: https://scholars.wlu.ca/thegoose/vol17/iss1/58