Dani Shapiro

“But when the self—not a fictional character—is the landscape of the story, we can’t afford to be blind to our own themes and the strands weaving through them. And so we must make a map, even as the ground shifts beneath us. This is, of course, not only a literary problem. —”


Dani Shapiro, Hourglass: Time, Memory, Marriage
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