In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.
"429 Orange Street is the first home i can remember... don't know where i lived before that...the crimson red walls in the living room and the artwork one of us etched on the wall... don't know if it was my brother, my sister, or me... read a book that said the youngest child in a family doesn't remember very clearly because he has learned to rely on the memories of others, those who are older and thus possess authority where his memory conflicts with theirs, its discarded as having little worth he believes his memory is more accurately described as a rag-bin or shall we say "quilt" of other's memories, overlapping testimonies of what happened before he was born, mixed in with what happened after his birth, including him"
The Angle: Vol. 2002
, Article 21.
Available at: https://fisherpub.sjfc.edu/angle/vol2002/iss3/21