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It’s ironic that this week’s topic of discussion is “remembering”. Especially on this day, when the word remember seems to come up all over the news, social media, and in conversation, with just cause. Tobias Wolff’s essay on remembering really … Continue reading

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I really liked this week readings a lot more than the readings last week. Don’t get me wrong, last week’s articles were interesting and really made me think about the difference between lying and not telling the truth, especially when … 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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