By Megan Brown
This full of life and theoretically grounded e-book analyzes twenty-first-century memoirs from Three Cups of Tea to Fun Home, emphasizing the ways that they toughen and stream ideologies, turning into publications or types for residing. Brown expands her inquiry past books to the autobiographical narratives actually tv and political speeches. She deals a persuasive reason for the memoir increase: the style as a reaction to an period of uncertainty and struggle.
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