Landscape: Memory

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Scribner, 1990 - Fiction - 301 pages
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Max and Duncan, two boys living in 1915 San Francisco, are fascinated by the earthquake of 1906 and the World's Fair, and spend most of their childhood looking for clues to an understanding of them

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Max is obsessed with understanding memory, and to help him he is encouraged to keep a record of his daily life as he sees it. Max is sixteen years old, the date he starts his record is August 1914 ... Read full review

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Many parts were lovely, descriptions of SF in the time of the Exposition, Marin, people, and activities. Lingering memories of a young man's life. Read full review

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Matthew Stadler is the author of four novels, Landscape: Memory, The Dissolution of Nicholas Dee, The Sex Offender, and Allan Stein. He writes for The Stranger, Spin, The Portland Mercury, and Frieze Magazine. He has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Whiting Writers Award, the Lambda Literary Award, and the Hinda Rosenthal Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters for his work. He is the Lliterary Editor of Nest.

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