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Selective Memory

In response to our two readings for Thursday’s class, Kitteredge’s Interlude and Danticat’s Westbury Court, I must address the common theme I saw in the two of them. Although these two styles and voices were wildly different they both touched upon … Continue reading

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The Intricacies of Memory

This week’s readings put a focus on writing style, each showing a unique voice and mapping out the process of remembering. By using repetition and imagery, Codrescu, Brainard and Danticat were able to portray the imperfect way that we remember … Continue reading

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