The Remarkable Memoirs Of Madame Roland

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When a writer composes his or her memoirs while in prison awaiting execution, we owe it to ourselves to consider what they have to say.  It may be a cliché that the prospect of death focuses the memory and concentration, but it is a cliché that is powerfully true.  In Chapter 5 of Thirty-Seven, I … Continue reading The Remarkable Memoirs Of Madame Roland

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