Autobiography and redundancy are natural associates. Keeping them apart in the act of recalling a life, any life, is no easy task. Given the assignment of imagining my autobiography and writing one of the chapters, I wanted to avoid repeating myself. "Tell me a story." It does not matter that I have lived it before. Telling it again becomes a new act,another page of the story. "Tell me a story," Jane Oberg asked. I thank her for the question.
"One Young Dog,"
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