In the imagined scenario wherein my apartment burns to the ground and I lose all my worldly possessions, there are just a few things I would miss—family photographs (of course), an old wooden trunk my grandmother reupholstered and that I used to store my toys as a child, and the book, John Black’s Body. I discovered […]
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What are the fundamental differences between telling your own story, telling the story of another, and telling your story about trying to understand someone else’s story?
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