Buttons: Life Writing from a Small Collection
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Robertson, R. 2020. Buttons: Life Writing from a Small Collection. European Journal of Life Writing. 9: pp. C62-C69.
European Journal of Life Writing
Faculty of Humanities
School of Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry
This essay explores the role of everyday objects in life writing, using the example of a collection of buttons. Writing as bricoleur, and influenced by thing theory, I follow a digressive path and wonder how key aspects of life writing, such as memory, the body, and identity, are influenced when one writes from and with objects.
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