Family Memories: An Autobiographical Journey by Rebecca West

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Family Memories: An Autobiographical Journey

Published posthumously, this wise and entertaining family history and memoir offers keen insight into the origins of Rebecca West and her work

Working on Family Memories for over twenty years, West set out to narrate the story of her mother’s, father’s and husband’s unique and talented families. As in her novels, the richly drawn characters of her heritage and childhood traverse a diverse landscape, from Scotland to Australia to Africa, encountering love, loss, and a panoply of challenges. Although fans will recognize many settings, characters, and themes from her novels, West’s exploration of her family stands on its own as an engaging narrative.
 
Told with her compelling voice, West’s chronicles reflect not only the importance of family to identity, but to the way one relates to the larger world.
'“Family Memories . . . is a translucent set of personal histories that will appeal to anyone with a curiosity about human nature.” —The New York Times'
Published posthumously, this wise and entertaining family history and memoir offers keen insight into the origins of Rebecca West and her work

Working on Family Memories for over twenty years, West set out to narrate the story of her mother’s, father’s and husband’s unique and talented families. As in her novels, the richly drawn characters of her heritage and childhood traverse a diverse landscape, from Scotland to Australia to Africa, encountering love, loss, and a panoply of challenges. Although fans will recognize many settings, characters, and themes from her novels, West’s exploration of her family stands on its own as an engaging narrative.
 
Told with her compelling voice, West’s chronicles reflect not only the importance of family to identity, but to the way one relates to the larger world.
'“Family Memories . . . is a translucent set of personal histories that will appeal to anyone with a curiosity about human nature.” —The New York Times'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781453207185 Pages: 256