Memory Work, Emily Griffin Brodeur
Emily Griffin Brodeur

Memory Work

120 printed pages
Memoir/family history spanning the years 1875–2020, set in Alabama; Tacoma, Washington; Mclean, Virginia; and Charleston, West Virginia. Includes detailed first-person accounts from a two-year-old; fast-paced humorous dialogue; vivid description of meals, interiors, and interactions. A white family in Ku Klux Klan-ridden south Alabama informally adopts three black boys during the Depression; a yankeefied renegade returns to perform a feat of southern hospitality; international visitors and family members broaden and enrich a provincial viewpoint; race relations; family games and toys; adoption; during the Covid-19 shutdown.
Original publication
2020
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