Norris knows this, of course, and the essay works to subvert and reopen the question of what constitutes a valuable or a beautiful place. ... Unlike Oldenburga#39;s discussion, Norris works from personal narrative to larger generalization. ... But Blewa#39;s central interest lies in memory itself and in how childhood memories can form the basis for identity (in this, Blewa#39;s essay echoes Dillarda#39;s earlier in this chapter).
|Title||:||Forest of Voices|
|Author||:||Chris Anderson, Lex Runciman|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Europe - 1999-11-01|