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Neil BernsteinWhat Happened to Johnnie Jordan? ultimately succeeds at something quite remarkable. It takes us inside Johnnie Jordan and, in so doing, offers insight into the incomprehensible. Conveying Jordan's anger is no great challenge: The accumulated weight of abuse and abandonment makes his rage all too easy to understand. But Toth goes further, probing the nihilism that runs deeper than rage the void inside a child who has experienced so much pain that he loses his capacity to feel or care even about himself.
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