Publication Date

April 2017

Advisor(s)

Lisa Locascio

Major

English

Language

English (United States)

Abstract

This thesis is a collection of creative nonfiction essays and vignettes about childhood in California, grief, family, and communication. It explores the ways language can create and collapse distance and the way things (nature, bodies, memories, imagined worlds) disappear. This project aims to understand how our memories affect our understanding of the past and present.

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