Fleda Brown on Memory
“Why do writers put themselves through such painful remembering Fleda Brown asks in ‘Grass-covered Chest?’” This week we take on an issue at the heart of personal prose: enduring difficult memories. Fleda Brown starts by looking into the eyes of Dante Gabriel Rosetti's Mnemosyne. Check it out at www.the-humble-essayist.com.
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