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In a quote that I can find absolutely no reliable source for (but am totally kinda sorta sure I remember right), David Sedaris, who coined the term "realish" to describe his autobiographical musings, was asked by a fan if he exaggerates. His reply? "You bet I do!" I guess I have a soft spot for that liminal space in memoir-writing where pathological liars meet storytellers. What we want to b… (more)
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Frank McCourt recounts his tale of growing up an impoverished little Irish boy. Regaling stories of what it's like to be in the midst of a good, Catholic community to the heart break brought on by the struggles his family faced (and created), Angela's Ashes is a worthy remembrance to the life he has led as a child and how he fought hard to survive.
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