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August 12, 2012 § 3 Comments
Where does your memoir fit in?
Tagged: Roz Chast
She did a similar piece fifteen years ago or so that haunts me to this day: The caption was OBITUARIES AFTER MIDDLE AGE. And it showed a obit page divided into three sections: “Younger Than You” “Older Than You” and “Right on the Money.” 🙂
Ha! I had to giggle snort at this!
I try my hardest not to oversell or undersell my life.
[…] I thought was a very apt description at how readers, including myself, pick out memoirs to read : Roz Chast’s Memoir Spectrum. There are some memoirs, though they may be well written and interesting to some, which I will […]
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