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  1. This is on my TBR; I’m looking forward to it. But I do wonder about its presentation as a Memoir, whether that doesn’t conjure up a different set of expectations for a reader. Not that one doesn’t aspire to art as being something that does challenge our assumptions as readers, but its hard to convince people to read something that’s removed from their own experience and I wonder if identifying this as a memoir helps/hinders that. Not having read it yet, all I can do is wonder: what do you think?

  2. It’s very different than a memoir, I found it closely linked to his book of poetry that I read before. But, I enter his work with an open mind because I know I’m going to be challenged regardless, even if I’m just struggling to figure out what’s going on LOL

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