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Issue Details: First known date: 2014... 2014 Your Memories Are Not Just Your Own : on False Memory
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I was nineteen years old when my memory failed me. It was the days between Christmas and New Year's Eve; days I spent laying in bed with a paper fan watching Daria in its entirety on my laptop. That Christmas was the first I had spent living out of home. I had arrived at my mother's house in the afternoon on Christmas Eve and left in the morning on Boxing Day, leaving behind drying roast meat in packets of alfoil for a Brisbane share house that peeled paint and groaned in the wind. Lounging around, slow and steaming, while watching a cartoon seemed an entirely appropriate way to celebrate this new found independence.'

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    y separately published work icon Voiceworks Perspective no. 96 Autumn 2014 16793367 2014 periodical issue 2014 pg. 57-59
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