Fragments and fictions: An authoethnography of past and possibility
Date of this Version
1077-8004 print, 1552-7265 online
Pursuing the notion of verbal rumination as a theoretical method, this autoethnography plays in the space between fact and fiction, past and possibility. A disorganized narrative, by any definition of the term, this repetitive, ruminative, and relational storying plays in the shadows of subjectivities, in fragments of memory and possibility, storying a life lived, halflived, unlived. Restorying a life that might be, could be, would be.
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