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Date of Award
Masters Thesis (Campus-Only Access)
Master of Arts (MA)
Magee, Kelly, 1976-
De la Paz, Oliver, 1972-
Qualley, Donna J., 1952-
The Artifacts of Our Bodies is a nonfiction prose collection of inter-related essays about adolescent friendship, loss, and memory. The author intersperses photographs, journal entries, and other ephemera between prose pieces to illustrate the tension and questions surrounding how what we collect, discard, or lose affects what we remember and the stories we can tell.
Friendship in adolescence
Western Washington University
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Laux-Bachand, LeAnne, "The artifacts of our bodies" (2013). WWU Graduate School Collection. 279.