These eleven stories are incidents recalled from childhood – a long time ago, to widowhood – not such a long time ago. For me, the prairie embodies the emotional freight we carry with us from childhood into adulthood, no matter where we wander, no matter where we land.
All of us have been formed by experiences that still inhabit us.
John Berger: Ways of Seeing
We are all as women recollecting our lives, trying to believe and make sense of our experiences and live on.
Linda Leonard: Wounded Women
What is it about the past that makes the present by comparison so pallid and weightless?
John Banville: Eclipse
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