Your Word Against Mine Open Access

Schlansky, Jamie Erin (2013)

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Each essay alludes to notions of time, memory, and/or growth. They all hold various connections to family, and examine how families can impact one's development and perception of the world. The collection also investigates how memories shift as time goes on - for better or for worse - and how we are not solely responsible for what we remember. Rather, much of our memory is shaped by other people, as well as by natural occurrences. Overall, the collection addresses the importance of society and other people in influencing how we grow up as individuals.

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Chapter Two -- 1

The New Black -- 14

Don't Look Too Good or Talk Too Wise -- 23

Deconstructed -- 33

Line of Dirt -- 39

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