Memoir Writing: Preserving the Past
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A memoir can become more than just a biography. It can be a deliberate act of preserving the past. Lost Without the River tells of a vanished way of American life. Author Barbara Scoblic tells the story of three generations of a family who struggled against adversity on a small farm in the High Plains region of the U.S. Register by phone, in person, or online.