In a book which uniquely captures 1950's America, Brainard constructs the story of his life through a series of brief entries, each beginning with the words "I remember", and continues with observations about family, film stars, lust, and the astonishing New York culture into which he moved to from Tulsa at the age of 18.
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Review: I RememberUser Review - Ann - Goodreads
Joe Brainard recalls the quintessential white middle-class mid-century childhood, including everything from picking link from his navel to the feeling of biting the inside of his mouth. These tactile ... Read full review
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An interesting form to write a memoir in; each memory begins with "I remember" and can be as short as a few words or as long as a paragraph. There is no chronological order to the memories which is ...