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I don't feel it should be linear, but flashbacks and forward should be clearly linked to an overall arc.
Janice from New York

A successful memoir reaches beyond historic, generational and geographic boundaries to touch the universal heart of human experience, but it needs to be rooted in a historical and time context to have as well as personal experience.

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