Important People in Tell Me Everything You Don't Remember: The Stroke That Changed My Life

Christine Hyung-Oak Lee
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Christine Hyung-Oak Lee

Christine is the narrator of this autobiography. She opened by giving information about herself, including why the blood clot caused such a massive amount of damage and an overview of how chaotic those first days were. While she remembered some of it distinctly, she pieced together other parts from medical records and the accounts of others.

Christine talked about her personality and character prior to the stroke. She was the daughter of immigrants. Her parents were from Korea and did not teach Christine English at home. They wanted her to be a doctor and she was supposed to be a premed student in college but she purposely failed a chemistry class and majored in English Literature instead. She wanted to be a writer but did not take the steps to fulfill that dream until after she had a stroke. Christine said that by the time...

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