At the beginning of the nineties Linda Grant's mother, Rose, was diagnosed with Dementia. In Remind Me Who I Am, Again Linda Grant tells the story of Rose's illness, and tries to reconstruct the history of their Jewish immigrant family, stalking them from Russia and Poland to New York and London. Writing with humour and great tenderness, Grant explores profound questions about memory, autonomy and identity, and asks if we can ever really know our parents.
by Linda Grant
by Damien Lewis
by Iain Maitland
by Matt Morgan, Dr.
by Malcolm Alexander
by Edward Enfield
by Robert K. Massie
by Stephen Fry
by Harry Leslie Smith
by Phil Collins
"WINNER OF THE MIND BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD
‘This is a beautifully written and rigorously honest book’ GUARDIAN
‘This is a wonderful book of ambivalence, guilt, the role of memory’ THE TIMES
‘She offers not just a moving account of an illness, but a delicate, sensitive consideration of the relationship between memory and identity’ INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY"
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