Thursday, February 12, 2015
The thing is, I could have written a book about this book. I'd have dedicated a long chapter, at least, to a comparison, side by side, of three particular present-tense scenes in Fuller's first memoir played out against those same three scenes, now recorded with the reflective and rearranging past-tense of this new third memoir, Leaving Before the Rains Come.
Fuller is an exquisite writer. Memories shift.
I wrote what could fit, the full review here.