Fragments of my Father, a memoir
By Antonio Dias
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Published: May 02, 2012
Words: 13,381 (approximate)
A series of ruminations on the loss of a father and a legacy uncovered later in life. A writer finds his father and his voice in "middle age."
Built from a series of fragments this mediation on memory and loss takes us through poignant moments in a child-hood lived on the edges of two continents and between a past felt hauntingly present and a future that seemed to have perennially hung-fire.
Fragments of my Father, a memoir, takes us back into a childhood imagined at the turn of the Twentieth century and how its repercussions still affect a life coming together more than a century later.
, father and son
, cape cod
, older parent
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