Moments of Being Topics for Discussion

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Create a memoir of your own of some of your childhood experiences - a home where you grew up, a home (perhaps of your grandparents) you visited, of vacation spots. Search your memory not only for recollections of actions and events and places, but also for feelings associated with those actions, events, and places. Examine those recollections for connections with your present experience - what in your past has affected your present? How? Why?

Consider the quote from p. 12 relating to Woolf's consideration of the nature of identity. Do you agree or disagree? Are there aspects of identity that remain unchanged, or is identity constantly changing? What is the relationship between internal circumstances and/or external circumstances and the individual's sense of self?

Virginia Woolf and other members of Old Bloomsbury/The Memoir Club were comfortable members of the upper middle class, that is...

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