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Truth and Dare: the Art and Peril of the Memoir Elaine Morse March 24, 2009 Baldwin Public Library
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This presentation is dedicated to the memory of our deceased classmates. We will always keep their names and faces on our minds and in our hearts.
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Mem·oir * m ɛ m-wahr (war) –noun 1. a record of events written by a person having intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. 2. Usually,
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