Fourteen accomplished writers investigate the tantalizing gray area where memory and history intersect.thin stucco-over-chicken-wire of house walls. ... I dona#39;t really know how to make myself more vulnerable to the place in which I find myself (or perhaps I do, but only dimly). ... The imagination is a power of appropriation that, like the Word being made flesh, enmeshes the ghostly and the ... the end of the journey is Simon Toparovskya#39;s life-sized bronze figure of a man, black skin flayed, nailed up to a post.
|Title||:||Tell Me True|
|Author||:||Patricia Hampl, Elaine Tyler May|
|Publisher||:||Minnesota Historical Society - 2008-10-14|