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Narratives

04/07/2016

How is a narrative constructed, what is included, what is left out, what is ‘fact’, what is embellishment, what can’t be known but is nevertheless told, where is the amorphous line between fiction and nonfiction set, and to what purposes and relations to the present, and to personal and cultural memory, is it told?

And how can it be challenged, or jettisoned, for who-knows-what

only you

freed

into not-knowing

for its time

‘know’?

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