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Issue Details: First known date: 2005... 2005 Killing Me Softly: Storytelling, Ageing and the Migrant Experience
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This article considers the 'demise of the family story-telling tradition' and emphasises the importance of the telling of life-narratives in the process of ageing. Longley focuses on 'migrant' families and takes examples from her own experience. The article contains much autobiographical and biographical material and is illustrated with portraits showing Longley's parents, herself and her siblings.

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